Monthly Archives: March 2021

Read Poem: A GLIMMER OF HOPE, by Kim Hicks

Can it be true? Or, is it a rumour? Boris has said we can come out sooner! don’t hold your breath but could it be happening? Is it to stop the economy collapsing? Can’t even begin to hope it’s true … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Prime rhyme time, by Hobbo

Of the many pastimes, that I play at sometimes My favourite thing is the writing of rhymes. I’ve fiddled with riddles, since I was but little. A bad one’s a sad one, a good ‘un fair chimes. I grill and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: First Impress-ions, by ‚ÄčKelly R. Garner

Ions we use to impress an electrical current that others will ride, making the current become an event, feeling alive. First impressions sometimes give people drive but seeing things on the surface can at times be a disguise. The pressed … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A year has passed, by Jo Linsdell

A year has passed Times have changed The world stopped… Then kind of started again A year has passed Keeping our distance Washing our hands A new sort of normal A year has passed Did we learn? Apparently not enough … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SEEKING, by Carmen Silva

I search for you. I look you up in this world, Amongst the footsteps of time, And I try to remember How it feels not to be Longing for love. I search for you. And the snowflakes fall Like the … Continue reading

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