Monthly Archives: September 2019

Read Poem: NinE, by Aaron Lee Graves

I just received some new batteries to kick-start my heart, I’m not writing for flatteries because it’s actually a tragedy—that I’ve been living like I’m dead. I’ve been given a sedative but it’s time for me to let live; let … Continue reading

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Read Poem: About Her, by Lawrence Mathebula

Days in my thinking place, thee I saw only Faces of her;she stays than I do in me. How long’s the day? The hours, slowly seep! How long the night? I struggle, to fall asleep! It’s more yourself, it occurs, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Solitude in the City Woods, by Peeush Trikha

Solitude in the City Woods The Mid July heat, the heat on the concrete pavements, Of ACs drawing out heat from all corners of houses, The CO2 s and NOs of the automobiles making life hellish, makes one feel thirsty, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Avoiding the Clutches of Tony Glut, by Matt Snyder ©2019

The road to 165 is a slow and arduous task for every small 20 foot hill conquered I still stumble down large mountains often with my feet stuck in thick mud but thankfully avoiding any quick sand I’ve managed to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: AI! AI! AI! (A Tartarus for Youth), by David Estringel

I. AI! AI! AI! Sated with stolen life, emerged from mother’s Night, there is longing to be free from the warmth of darkened humours– to be crowned by The Light of Artificial Gods. Our worlds quake and rip, tossing us … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A Beautiful Death, by Kristen Corbisiero

This love was never meant to make history, Darling, we were never meant to move the stars and caress fate. This mere distraction turned into a spell-bounding affair Of two hearts stuck on each other. With the red string closing … Continue reading

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