Monthly Archives: January 2021

Read Poem: Njord, by Jacob Black

Njord son of Skard the Black Wolf was taught in the ways of war, his sword skills in fighting in excellence did soar. Njord thirsted for battle at the age of eighteen. But for his age, he was tall, muscular, … Continue reading

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Poetry by AK Cola

Performed by Val Cole Written POEM: Dante had two objectives, Pleasure and Survival, with motivation derived to sustain the first often pushing the boundaries of how to maintain the last. His fatalities reciting, “what a wolf in sheep’s clothing.” But … Continue reading

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POETRY Reading: Big Lonely Doug by Ekaterina Karassev

Performed by Steve Rizzo Big Lonely Doug by Ekaterina Karassev I walked down the path and touched Big Lonely Doug. He poked me in my chest and whispered in my ear, “Do you know why I am left here? Do … Continue reading

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POETRY Reading: The Face Of A Woman, by Chris Mills

Reading by Val Cole The Face of a Woman By Chris Mills 2020 The face of a woman is where emotions stream live Revealing the beauty that within her resides. She rises to a challenge to make life better for … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Asylum Prayer, by Lauren Scharhag

Say, God is meaningless, unless They know our pain. Say, this is the selling point of Christ, a god who is also a bleeder, a laborer, a partaker of bread, a refugee. Say, this is my exhaustion: searching for the … Continue reading

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Poem by Hammad Kareem

The castle of beauty stood high with gleaming walls And within its interior the demons call Enter and fall A contradiction so tall It could fool them all The liquid container within the vial The vial that seems to beguile … Continue reading

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Read Poem: 45 Days to Go for #45!, by Marjorie J. Frazier

So, we only have forty-five days left to go, To get out of this awful “Trump” rabbit-hole! Still – a long, treacherous “month-and-a-half”, As the country gets scorched in his “dragon-blazing-path”! He lays back plotting, avenging and scheming, As he … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SHOEBOX, by Kirby Marquez

I will not become just another shoebox A haphazard collection of love letters Tucked away on the top shelf of the closet in your childhood bedroom To collect dust next to the others: Shoes that didn’t fit Painful ones They … Continue reading

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Read Poem: TOO LATE, by Jacob Black

Anger, hatred, bitterness, and strife. Escalation to rock to bat, to gun and knife. Our hearts are becoming cold, we’re losing our way. Sick and tired of the violence I see every day. Apathy like concrete clogs our veins When … Continue reading

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Read Poem: ArliKino, Joker…. harlequin, by Yuliya Andreevna Skripchenko

entertainer not a child…. chills the world and lets us breath in the mask of smile and the beat of drums strings are pulled pins and needles tare their heart apart sure they earn money …but show me breathing creature … Continue reading

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