Monthly Archives: September 2021

Read Poem: Blending, by Chandrani Banerjee

An hour of silence In each of those water droplets silver dewdrops on a clear night the sudden embrace of spring Coconut desserts prepared the old way Life has moved a minute further The metamorphosis of a lifetime Stars and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: summer winds, by RJ Farndon

leaves hang like painted glass bathed in light glittering, they catch the corners in my eyes turn them around I walk through this living mosaic that surrounds holds me in naked rapture my mortal blood pounds the earth, whilst skin … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A Rescues Song, by Tommy Anderson

Once upon a time I was a lost dog. I was abandoned, lonely, forgotten, and praying for a home. I had no place to hide, no place to go, no one person who would love me and let me love … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MILKSHAKE, by Leslie DuFresne

In having everything and nothing to do all at once, this mother strips herself bare of dignity. I do what I have to. The happy meds I fed my mind this morning kicked themselves in far past the buzzed feel-good … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Sovereign Wisdom, by Kamanadine

Dancing on the razor’s edge No mind No body Zero point Shunya Free falling in space A fractal of light A crystal skull starts vibrating And shining iridescent Never seen before Patterns of light Seeing through the eyes of Goddess … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE WAIT WAS ETERNAL-BY PRIYANCI JAIN

We loved silently It was eternal Felt like our souls Already knew each other It was unquestioning With no hope no desire Separated by An unbreakable frontier We looked into Each other’s eyes Felt the touch for One last time … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MY SON WENT AWAY TODAY, by Andrew M.A. Spear

I knew the day was coming After all it is the way But I still can’t believe the time has come My son went away today. It only seems like yesterday When I first held my baby boy And from … Continue reading

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Read Poem: REDO, by Secrete Emotions

I killed myself last night I murdered any doubt or fear I carried upon me like a kindergartener on the first day of school I was the fool for too long Smiling while lies and storytelling was sat in front … Continue reading

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Read Poem: PAINTED WORLDS IN COVID TIMES, by Patricia Tiffany Morris

Proverbial towels weren’t allowed In fifth period art class rules. My sixth-grade teacher rarely smiled. His firm but gentle voice taught me to search my world for excellence in life. He led my class through narrow halls toward hope at … Continue reading

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Read Poem: UNLOVED, by Arlene Lagos

Everything I felt inside, behind tall walls where I would hide decades of pain, in which I try, to wish away, forget, deny Became a storm so dark and hollow, where no one ever dared to follow It came at … Continue reading

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