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About poetryfest

Submit your Poetry to the Festival. Three Options: 1) To post. 2) To have performed by an actor 3) To be made into a film.

Read Poem: YOUR VESSEL, by Alia Kassem

Wake up and live – I was told today. Ignite a transformation, to be built. When an event happens and tears may fall. You won’t know what to do, Until the moment occurs when you realise, The end isn’t the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MIRROR MIRROR, by Richard Aundrae Wesle

Mirror mirror What is this reflection I see That of This man whos image is just like me Enriched melanin skin Strong features Same bulb eyes staring back at me More silver upon his crown Other than that The carbon … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Moon…n..Sun !!!, by Stuti Saxena Singh

Mumma, Mumma, Madhav chants eagerly. Why is there watery falloff ??? From aloft sky, So hastily & carelessly. Switch the tap off, Oh! Dear Mother!! Madhav pointed strictly. Be gracious at his pristine modality, By same token reciprocated placidly. Oh! … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SUNFLOWER, by Kartik Prajapat

a burst of lovely yellows hopes a star of the stunning sky. them, looking down upon the other flowerets, cultivated by bonsai. anchored in the substrata it stems more than shoulders, more than heights. verdant green leaves of which look … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WITH YOU, by Sergi Rubio

With cities, without fumes. With oceans, without plastic. With horizons, without warships. With nations, without states. With history, without victors. With heroes, without fiction. With anarchy, without panic. With kindness, without limits. With wealth, without banks. With tuition, without fee. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Airing Out the Wound, by EnspiredPoet

Walking in an alley. It’s nothing new. Just something I do to get through the tough times. Emotions marinate like steak, I think I need some tenderizing. There’s no timing like perfect timing but, striving to be perfect is like … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Honey I need You, by Navaparna

https://thelearnerin.wordpress.com/ To my dear sweetheart, with lots of love… I want you near me So that every moment I can share, My thoughts and my feelings Every moment will be special, Just spare some time from your routine… I am … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Tissue, by Joseph Marshall

In my hand I hold a tissue as I talk to you I play with it even though it’s already seen its use Its texture is dampened but uncompromised From its introduction to the corner of my eyes But now … Continue reading

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Read Poem: You send up a flare everywhere you go, by Julie Finch

You send up a flare everywhere you go, walking under the cathedral’s arch, in the anonymous grocery store line, at work on an insufferable Tuesday. Look at me, look at me, look at me. With God’s love so close, it … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Poe and His Women, by LindaAnn LoSchiavo

Ligeia, Annabel Lee, and Berenice, Supernal beauties, pleasing to the eye, Were temporary mates and marble-cheeked Like timeless funerary monuments. Tremaine’s Rowena, Lady Madeline, Insidiously felled and pushed offstage, Had met goth’s Mister Goodbar on the page. First, females got … Continue reading

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