Category Archives: 2017 Poetry

Watch the DECEMBER 2017 Poetry Readings

Poetry Reading: NEW WEBSiGHT, by Vihang A Naik The Bane of Whitechapel – Poetry Reading by Lee A Forman FRUSTRATION – Poetry Reading by Patricia Marvin Escape – Poetry Reading by Farzleen F Khan Beautiful Dead Dragonfly Why – Poetry … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Eerie Sea, by Patrick Turner-Lee

Awkward silence: the peace a violent under performing scream Slicing cobwebs from the ceiling  Feelings crumble in just about time to make the clock   Busking bravely to earn a crust If you must Bust the bank with crowbars to get … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Poem by Anthony E. Perillo

Oh, the whispering night, The whispering night. How softly does it speak Of twinkling stars, And pale moonlight, And the rustling of the leaves. Now it makes no sound As it gathers round All the things that earth contains. While … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Blood Manner Panache, by Robin Carretti

Everything was playing so “Gusto” Like he became Heavenly blood brothers “Maestro” at the London Metro. Having hotter than hell fling But people were more than blood things Feeling like a substitute or big “Hero” What happens to some of … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Via De Cristo, by Marc Libidinsky

I watch You pray upon Your knees In the garden of Gethsemane, And hear Your voice, both sure and meek, Travail in earnest agony; Still, wondering at Your sweat and blood – Is strength in this and is this love? … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Too many questions, too little answers, by Juan Miguel Idiazabal

All things said and done, I’m still looking through the shattered stained glass for a solution, a brighter day may come, but unless I tune my ears, it will fade away, like a little sister who drowns in tears of … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: HARASSMENT, by Ram Krishna Singh

Weinstein looked for creative friction in sex she always sought non procreative sex in life and business they condemn both –Ram Krishna Singh

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