Monthly Archives: December 2020

Read Poem: One Person out of Thousands, by Adewumi Adewale

Sometimes in life, We read various love stories, We watch love story in movies. We meet thousands of people In our walk of life. Our path cross the path of various people, Many people enter our circle of life. And … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WAVE IN THE OCEAN, by Szandra Vet├ęsi

I am a wave in the ocean. Lost and small, Lingering on the surface. Wandering from here to there. But I have the ability to transform. To become greater than myself. I have seen new places, I have met new … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Ribbon Ceremony by Zawadi Eaton

Agonizing Soul, I Cut THE RED RIBBON TO FREEDOM. Releasing the anguish of my dark past, I’m no longer paralyzed from the lies that held me bond. The walls of Jericho have crumbled. My stony heart has turned to joy. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Before Closed Eyes, by Jay Allevi8ed

Can’t you see what’s in front of you? Past the reality you believe is true? Behind the Golden Arches and feinted happy meals Sitting in the dark distracted by a movie reel Or before a false idol to whom you … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A LIGHT WITHIN THE DARKNESS, by Jacob Black

I try the light, but it won’t turn on. This year’s tragedies have come and gone. But all of it’s still fresh in my memory. And thinking about It only brings me misery. The civil unrest and political bickering is … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WALK IN THE PARK, by Anshika Singh

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Read Poem: Tiptoeing Elephants, by John Hansen

Why do people take offence so easily these days? It seems that almost everything offends in certain ways. No matter what is said or done, written or expressed, someone somewhere, who knows why, will be visibly distressed. There once was … Continue reading

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Read Poem: I HOPE SHE KNOWS, by Balogun Abdulmueed

I HOPE SHE KNOWS My chest is a city, My heart; a castle, where she lives and never deserts. I hope she knows; My skull is a street of thoughts, where her colorful memories parade and her pleasant words visit … Continue reading

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Read Poem: BLOOD AND SAND, by Jacob Black

Poem by: Jacob Black, Genre: Historical Fiction. BLOOD AND SAND I and my tribe were from the land of Gaul, but on account of the Romans, my people did fall. They took our children, our old and sold them as … Continue reading

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Read Poem: ANTISOCIAL, by Jonalyn Morauda

I am useless And I refuse to believe that I am wonderfully made I realize this may be unexpected, but “Live your life to the fullest” Is totally a big lie “Wasting your time alone with freedom and solitude” Being … Continue reading

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