Monthly Archives: July 2019

Read Poem: DADDY, by Vida Zukauskas

My dad always dressed boring beige shirts beige pants no colours or flashiness. he would always offer to drive everyone home and wait until they got inside safely. he would always drive me to Toronto many times, Miss me saying … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: THEM!!!, by Thomas Jones

Jones is the name Smiles is my game Yes I’m feeling myself at the moment Moment so pure you can’t clone For a while I wonder who I was Then I caught a glimpse a slight buzz It was times … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE SKIES CANNOT HOLD ME, by Alex Hutchins

http://reflectionsinthoughts.blogspot.com/ Down through the tickling clouds I glide past grays and blues, and memory clues always so damn alluding… through the greens of timeless beauties gliding lower and lower… closer and closer… and into the daisies I sweep and swoon … Continue reading

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Read Poem: ONE VOICE, by Chrissie Morris Brady

Do we not wail with one voice all. lost in the many mangled bones, where faces no longer smile, nor souls laugh. Hurled in one blast of exploding energy, tossed into death. Are we not those too? Humanity has met … Continue reading

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Read Poem: ALMOST HOMELESS, by Perry Terrell

The government is listening to my phone calls Well, darn I sincerely hope so They will hear that I am not making enough money And I am one paycheck away from homelessness The cost of living is just plain too … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: Under One Sky, by La Gina O. Gross

Performed by Val Cole

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Read Poem: Live in the Past, by Jaden Baxter

If the future has been frozen cause you’re present in the past, It may seem the life you’ve chosen has been moving fairly fast. For the memories have blended to a smoothie of events, and the seconds were suspended, when … Continue reading

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