Category Archives: 2018 Poetry

Read Poem: Paint yourself, by Phil Utumapu

Freedom calls my name like a mother searching for her lost child. Do not chastise me with criticism, instead, free my spirit with love and understanding. Discipline me with your wisdom, showing me the path with actions and deeds. Anyone … Continue reading

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Read Poem: POWER OF HER EYES, by Hume Poets

Staring into your eyes is all I need to dance without music, Beautiful,they are, I feel myself floating with no feel of gravity, A small, fragile member of your body, but all you need to conquer my ego and bring … Continue reading

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Read Poem: DUST, by Frederick Bauman

Paisleys floating in sunlight Dead human skin cells settling in carpet Dust storms hundred feet tall Subsuming Phoenix neighborhoods then Passing on leaving a coating of desert dust On every exterior sucked into interior Settling in lungs as a marker … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Howl for help!, by Khatuna Tsuladze

Smile, Give the world your smile! Show Not your back! Pray To survive From me; Drown In the Black Sea Bottom… Hop, Hop, Hope… Restricted to the corner, Inhale the sky, Exhale the sun, Spit out the rain, Soak the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Rough Flight, by Gary Beck

Migratory birds fly south for the winter to escape the cold, find good feeding grounds. Imagine their shock when they finally land in North Carolina and it’s so cold they just keep going until they reach Miami Beach that’s so … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THEY WERE EATING LIVING THINGS, by Nicole Marie Kupper

A) And the food-stamps were cut off Three months or more The children’s eyes were Stuck in the black of their pupils And the doctor said wait And the CPS officer said wait And JFS said take a hike to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Bright Creation, by Constantine Argiropoulos

In the vast universe a fragile human heart beats outside exposed for the first time, billions of stars mark the unique moment, it is so bright everyone must shield their eyes, the umbilical cord is cut with precision, a cry … Continue reading

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