Category Archives: new poetry

Read Poem: I’M NOT JUDGING YOU, by CONSTANCE VAN NIEKERK

I passed by you again Standing at the same corner Your legs shining in the dark As cars passed you by You gazed hopefully at each passing car Probably even praying That you get lucky tonight What drives you to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Floydian Slip, by Preethy Nair

When the umbilical became a discord I opened my eyes to this world Everything was about me Everyone was around me. Mother, do you think the world is better than your womb? That indelible age in school Faded into solitude … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SYNESTHESIA, by Josimar Morán

I see you in the cold that curtails my soul and breaks through the side of my numbed hope uselessly waiting for you in the acrid winter of loneliness where you left me clinging to your oblivion. I called you … Continue reading

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Read Poem: She is there, by Laraine Batis-Gelpi

Arms stretched high, sun-tanned & freckled skin, a crown of coils – all warmth & life.. Arms stretched high, face to the sky bright shining eyes – deep inside She is there. Stay there, I am busy with these waves, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: # A season of You, by _Inkling Ink

Like a summer blaze, You have inflamed, The humming heart, Like a soothing rain, You have soaked into, The thunderous soul, Like a freezing winter, You have shaken, A burning fire, In January sigh, And when I have shed, Tears … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Rattles and the Rust, by Kartik Prajapat

I endlessly search my flesh and bone what undernourishment has it gone? How come they speak of me being shy? when my days actually passes high and dry. Some ask me to hope while some to have desire, struggling is … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Of times, Melisa Keelanna Griffith

Times and times again Bypasses the distance of my mise Kaleidscopes of precious moments Brings to life the real In meh total scope Forever inundated be meh fe totalic replace Reminiscing on the remembrance meh faded face Phased an thinking … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Prayer for Today, by Ann M. DeVenezia

Open my eyes to today’s blessings Open my heart to His contentment Quiet my spirit so I many rest in Him.

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Read Poetry: Desert Lamentations II, by David Oscarson

I would rather spend time on this desert landscape watching the clouds roll by overhead than try to understand the roots of society spread out all over the earth. With all the distractions of modern society we are losing sight … Continue reading

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POETRY READING: Demoiselle, by James Morgan-Jones

Performed by Allison Kampf Demoiselle, by James Morgan-Jones Let’s be direct: Beautiful Demoiselle. What naming could be apter? In noon-light a sliver of midnight blue comes spinning from Hades’ palette, frailly fluttering, a butterfly blue from the underworld. Yet not … Continue reading

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