Category Archives: 2018 Poetry

Read Poetry: DEEP IN ME, by Anand Ramachandran

Looking at you in pain, with my eyes so wet, Remembering all you slain, in the words you said. Memories ended in drain, in a blink of an eye, stabbing thru the moments, is all your lie. The pain you … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: MY SWEET HELL, by Christopher Rosana

Fair, freakish, faithful, Fabulous, forceful, fierce, Fiery embers laced upon the bond closely made, eye to eye, Forceful, ah irresistible, desires of the calm evoked, Fastidious, detail and detail of my stares, your gazes, elicited by the mystery of you, Foment my … Continue reading

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Read Poetry, by Cynthia Louise

While pacing the floor I can see sun streaks across the carpet, marking time’s passage in infinitesimal scenes that play out to the much larger stage of the world’s company. Genre: Free form, Time, Nature ~Cynthia Louise

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Read Poetry: Jealous, by Zachary Walma

Pretty eyes, pretty thighs, pretty face she never wanted. Forced to live inside an object of desire. Introverted, anxious, and the center of attention. Watched from every side, waiting to be acquired. Wanted, but never loved, by misfortune or chance. … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: At This Hour, by Latonia Sears

One soul one heart one mind who was blind, twisted and hurt It is very hard to tell sometime in the world at this particular time As tragedy keeps a count of the lives in that have regretfully fallen It … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Senses, by Eric Garner

Your pure beauty Triggers my sense Your everlasting laugh Turns my days from gloomy Your lovely smile Sends me flying for miles Sweet voice Makes my heart warm Your tasteful lips Make me grasp you Holding you tighter Feeling your … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: IF YOU COULD FIX ME, by Melissa R. Mendelson

If somebody could fix me,  I wouldn’t know where to begin.   The mechanics of my heart  might be beyond repair,  and the confusion in my brain   may have erased any hopes  of remembering the dreams  that I wanted to create.  … Continue reading

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