Monthly Archives: July 2021

POETRY Reading: What I Though I Wanted, by Fella Cederbaum

What I Thought I Wanted Have you ever wondered who you would be Without your profession, without your role Without a position in life that holds The you, that you know to be in this world The you, who you … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: Her Last Smile, by Mustofa Munir

Her last smile, by Mustofa Munir when the clock of civilization has lost its sense of time she perceived the world without knowing its malicious darkness, a lonely young girl died many times before her death when she was gang-raped … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: BEST FRIEND, by Debbie Fersht

BEST FRIEND, by Debbie Fersht A child puts her doll to bed. Tell me a story, says the doll. You always say that, says the girl. Tell me a story, the doll repeats. Go to sleep you two, says her … Continue reading

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POETRY Reading: PRAYER OF LOSS, by Kevin Pike

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Poetry Reading: TENDER LOVING MOMENTS, by Colin Guest

TENDER LOVING MOMENTS, by Colin Guest To feel your tender body touching mineIs a sweet feeling that is simply divineI love the touch of your arms around meIt makes me feel happy I want all to seeOur tender love is … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: THE CALL OF PAN, by Barbara Grace Lake

THE CALL OF PAN © 2015 Barbara Grace Lake I heard a piping in the wood – Haunting, calling me To follow if I dare. I heard it in the dawn As misty sunlight gently touches Tips of trees when … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Delayed Death, by Sujoy Bhattacharya

Delayed Death Hurry up! Come sharp ! The sun is ready to rise up. Flowers in the garden have taken dew bath and wait for blooming! Drowsy stars can’t keep their eyes open any more ! Birds are restless in … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Points of Love, by Mary Eastham

The storm was unexpected New Yorkers swept inside by snow. In 4B a woman bathes her lover careful not to wet his broken hand. The Egyptian newlyweds living in the building’s only studio give their dream children names underneath a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: and do they weep, by Patti Cole

Polaris and the Southern Cross and Venus in the western sky who call the star who leads our way along the path and do they weep oh should they weep and do they weep our lapse to see the careless … Continue reading

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Read Poem: #7, by Ricardo Passarinho

Bellow the station, your arch stands as neon vitral as I left it, I bet Marking your place Your best friend on your right Your lover on your left You would give me your food anytime I would give you … Continue reading

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