Monthly Archives: April 2021

Poetry by Pavneet Kaur

he bud that you nurtured With love and care Bloomed it to a flower Took pride in its beauty and grace Same flower swayed in The direction of its choice Annoyed, infuriated You took it as a blot As a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Poems and poets…, by Stephen V. Geddes

Poems are as poems go Be they long or troublesome Or be they short and droll Poets are as poets come Beloved or not we know. So if you like it or if not There’s only one condition That poets … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SPIDER LIFE MINE, by Robert Drusetta

In silken cocoon I roll Protected by my mother With luck I will survive If not eaten by my brother Barely a new born bub I balloon to find a home Floating far, far away Wherever I may roam Grounded … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Mr. Right Now, by Mindy Strouse

Your amazing thoughtfulness, silly antics, openness, and loving words stirred something inside and blurred the lines about how things should be and made me realize this is a sign of how fortunate I am to share just a little of … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MOTHER, by Madhu N R

The core of a carnatic raga A lullaby Which my mother forgot to sing or Which I forgot as I grew up Mother the sweetest experience in life The whole Universe in a cradle Swung gently by a mother….. A … Continue reading

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Read Poem: LIFE, by Cheryl Roma Yarek

Life is but a moment; a breathe in a game to play, where nothing is totally given and memories fill hearts in a day. It’s where dreams are lost in realness, and mountains are too many to climb; where money … Continue reading

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Read Poem: CHANGE, by Patricia MacKay

CHANGE Necrotic narcissism and septic sociopathy and malignant megalomania are symptoms of a sick society. In solidarity, brothers and sisters arise to catalyze sweeping social reform. With this proactive demand for change a level playing field will become the norm.

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Read Poem: DEATH, by FERNANDO MAGELA DA SILVA

From my most unbreakable certainty, I worship my most visceral doubt, the legacy of death, day by day, in seconds that drag on through my time, and to his throne, now I am attentive, now I am careless Death seems … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Show Me, by L. R. Camacho

You only show me your light but never your darkness. What are you afraid of? Tell me your darkest secrets and I promise you, I will never leave. Open up your mind no need to hide, I want to see. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Earth On Fire, by Rich Courage

all my memories have gone sour snakes and ravens in my ear I’m traveling a thousand miles an hour but not getting anywhere I keep dreaming of disaster that sounds fun, but what comes after angels free falling from the … Continue reading

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