Category Archives: poem

Poetry: Gravy Train Drip by Don Beukes

Genre: Political   Implosion confusion citizens losin decay disruption fake faction no illusion anarchaic mismanagement they don’t dare say it but we know it misfed masses chew on promised molasses the need for upliftment infectious their leader his ravenous hounds … Continue reading

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Poetry: Silent A by Nicole Long

Genre: Motivational, Society, Inspirational   They call me Silent A— Who am I? They ask and don’t ask Slithering into a discussion about School, politics, what happened on the news— While everyone gazes for a reaction, Do they look concerned? … Continue reading

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Poetry: Otherness by Shirley Jones-Luke

 after Alex Dimitrov We’re on the moon. Years ago, I knew I couldn’t save anyone. Despite that news, I made sure that I tried to save anyone thereafter. But it’s easier to say it than to do it. The moon … Continue reading

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Poetry: Autobiography of the Poet by Indunil Madhusankha

  I am the poet carrying a luggage of roles all of which I play with equal interest I am the talkative lover who knocks on the door of your heart and having entered, bursts into a torrid tete-a-tete with … Continue reading

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Poetry: Madera House by J.G.Gordon

Genre: Dark Poetry  Outside whitewashed, pretty as it pleases Inside imagination hides from the fear and pain But death never comes to those who pray Living grows you old No escaping as a young Freedom only comes to the elder … Continue reading

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Poetry: IT IS FINISHED by Gabriel Eziorobo

Genre: African leaders, Society, Political   They say it is finished they say they will do us well more than the colonial masters of the past that we don’t need to worry about anything but learn how to be slaves. … Continue reading

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Poetry: A Full Life of Narrow Streets by James Fitzpatrick

Genre: Romance, beauty, history, geography, love, wildlife, sad, Ireland, America, literature, books, defiance  Beneath the broad columns of Herculean Pillar, Weeps the springtime feather dance Of freezing frothing blanket. He lies on Irving’s rocks across the Henry, Painting words of … Continue reading

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