Category Archives: 2019 Poetry

Read Poem: Living Hell, by Andrew Smith

My head is full of fantasies, They’re my escape from reality, In my world there’s so much I can do, Like run and laugh and skip and play, Converse with people day by day, But sadly all these things will … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SUBTLE MOMENT, by Phil Capitano

A solar sliver flashes off the hanging chimes, snow pockets fall from a maple squirrel highway, imprints the ground, abominable foot. Morning snares my nostrils, detergent draped vapours, and I wish for a warmer clime. Playful chickadees squeak and scurry … Continue reading

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Read Poem: After Eden’s Grave, by Maggie Bryan

Off in the distance, calling my name, Is the river near whom sorrow came, Silver and gold, to have and to hold, The sheep is lost from the sacred fold. Wandering and crying, sinning and dying, What is this force … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Wars of Love, by Kristen Corbisiero

We’re at each others throats again, Bickering over the small things, I wish one of us would wave our flags, But we’re both so close to firing our kill shot, And our pride will drag this out until it dies, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: BAD SINNER, by Gladys Muturi

Everybody knows I’m a bad sinner I can’t compete because I’m not a winner I have made bad decisions I’m not proud of it I have grown cruel of it Makes me feel devious Going after my ungrateful desires I … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Wet pillow, by Elena Colin

One year without you and it feels like a year. I wish you were here preventing every tear from running down my face. Every time I send you a message you act like you’re mad at me. You don’t even … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Legend of Morven Mere, by Keith Johnson

  It was thus in the time of siege and famine: A poor farmer sold his little daughter To the asrais and nixies of the mere So that the harvest might not fail again. Then the farm prospered and all … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WALKING ON THE BEACH, by Jacueline Mead

Have you ever gone walking on the beach? Shoes slipped off, sand covering your feet Just you walking, on a big empty space. The wind blowing in your face. You pull your coat around you tight; to brace against the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Haunt, by Tyler R. Martin

Abandon me Please won’t you phantom? Apparition don’t appear. Abandon me Please dark ether, You fill my nights With fear Leave me Sorrowful specter, Haunt my floor No more, The way you smirk and giggle Shakes me To my core … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: To Hope, by H. W. Robertson

Performed by Carina Cojeen At ocean’s edge I pledge a solemn oath to both the sea and sky that I shall be as true with you in harmony with me.

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