Category Archives: new poetry

Read Poem: ADRIFT, by C.P. Hickey

Sometimes my branch sticks out more, it gets lonely. Although, I’m first to touch the sun, I’m also first to feel the wind and rain. People, passing by, take turns swatting at me. Drops of water settle on my upturned … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MY HEART FROM THE SEA, by Hume Poets

My voyage to see you became perilous, my boldness faded, my heart was poured on a note and placed in an empty bottle, even if i do not make it, i hope you read my heart on this note when … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Broken Lover, by Daniil Prikhno

Make love to me as if it’s the first time you fucked me after we met. I know things about you that you aren’t capable of knowing. Some, many times I crawled back to us, You pretended that emotion no … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Less of a Man, by Tierra Martin

Fatherless, Fatherless How unfortunate for me, my first heartbreak was my father to be. Fatherless, Fatherless Yeah that was we, you damn sure aren’t blind so don’t act as if you can’t see. Fatherless, Fatherless Thinking and repeated blinking while … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WORLD OF GAME, by Mantri Mark

(This song is dedicated to Athletes, Games & Sports personnel) Best Be a Dare Devil Olympics Best You Worked Hard Efforts Lead to Success Try and Win World of Game ǁ Best of Luck You’re Strong You’ve Blessing from Nature … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Climate Change, by Gloria J. Wimberley, M.A.

Spurious and sputtering Spring sprinted in all huff of yellow and puff of pollen then rush of rain (too cold this veil of melted icicles) Shriveling the delicate pink & white of unaware blossoms …petal babies trembling defenseless against Old … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WHAT HAVE I LOST?, by Diane Burrow

What Have I Lost? (Afterthoughts.) What have I lost? Was I truly tossed and Shuffled among schemes Seemingly for betterment, Reasons for acting, masquerading As morality of the highest? There’s a thread Slotted somewhere inside The footsteps of those men … Continue reading

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