Category Archives: new poetry

Read Poem: A New Season, by Melba Christie

For some unexplained reason clergy, pastors, preachers and rabbis created a whole new season No explanation would suffice everyone wondered on whose advice this decision was made We can only hope something good emerges like the sun does from behind … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Grow, Soul of Child, by Panda Boy

That smell is a smell so dear to me, A hint of childhood past. One with even bad memory, Would recognise at last. If that past has passed your memory, Then future be on your present. But if the future … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Mannaz, by Lawrence Mathebula

Your only days, and nights to live, On earth thy heart to theirs, you may give Love to all earthly creatures; From brothers to thy sisters, Too they sooner should return; It’s one cycle changing, turns With time and days, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: UNDER ONE BIG SKY!, by La Gina O. Gross

My sky is cloudy filled with nebulous clouds and ominous linings threatening to destroy any light! Under my sky, I see the homeless … digging, searching, clawing for filthy pennies, dimes and nickels in sidewalks, alleyways, graveled streets and in … Continue reading

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Read Poem: FEELINGS ARE NOT THE ENEMY, by Chisala Kataya

I came across lost paper, the waters washed it ashore. The letters on it a fervent thing, I could hear the whispers, in my ear I know they witnessed me feel. The shaken boys screams inside me aloud. Say see … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: NIBBLES, by Sebastian Hales

Performed by Norma Dunphy

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Read Poetry: Sestina: THE DANGERS OF THEY, by Steven Fortune

Now I’m cornering the refuge of a definition; algorithms made a rat of me, I’m guilty by association. What’s an era, what’s a generation, when the stats are kept so tight? Where’s attrition when the compass swindles sight? Who appoints … Continue reading

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