Monthly Archives: February 2020

Read Poem: THE DARK WEB!, by Vijetha Shenoy

GENRE: Dark She was young, naive and innocent! He was in his adolescence… He was fond of her and she was fond of his presence… She aged less than a decade but he was older to her by more than … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Pacific Theater, by Michael Ventimiglia

I’m swallowed in soil, engulfed in a trench On shorelines where I outlive better men. Does that sense of resentment get to them? As rounds fall in sand and the ocean breaks Blood red is distilled in the tide and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Raging Ocean, by Ramone

I am like a ship sailing atop a raging ocean The high waves are thrashing, hindering my motion I have a destination in mind: to it I have great devotion. No, not any port in a storm will satisfy I … Continue reading

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Read Poem: False Promises: A Tale of the Past Betrayal, by Jane Smith

(Genre: Painful, Betrayal, Love, Relationships) (unpublished in Candidthoughtsofawriter.wordpress.com) Where are you now? Where are your promises? Didn’t you remember I was your princess? Why you didn’t fight for me even just a little? I didn’t know we were two in … Continue reading

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“How much larger your life would be if your self could become smaller in it… you would find yourself under a freer sky, in a street full of splendid strangers.” — Art of Quotation

“How much larger your life would be if your self could become smaller in it… you would find yourself under a freer sky, in a street full of splendid strangers.” G.K. Chesterton, writer Image: Johannes Plenio via “How much larger your … Continue reading

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“In a time of destruction, create something: a poem, a parade, a community, a school, a vow, a moral principle; one peaceful moment.” — Art of Quotation

“In a time of destruction, create something: a poem, a parade, a community, a school, a vow, a moral principle; one peaceful moment.” Maxine Hong Kingston, author Image: Anders Nord via “In a time of destruction, create something: a poem, a … Continue reading

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“No human being can really understand another, and no one can arrange another’s happiness.” — Art of Quotation

“No human being can really understand another, and no one can arrange another’s happiness.” Henry Graham Greene, writer via “No human being can really understand another, and no one can arrange another’s happiness.” — Art of Quotation

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