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Read Poetry: ANNABELLE, by Fadrian Bartley

Object succumb to silence from an alley of dark void Fouls air flowing through the old wooden window The expression of fear on the face of an old woman in a rocking chair One finger prick by a cushion needle, … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: PAIN, by Carmen Silva

Category: Pain      Drown, drown, drown in pain  As it floats out of my own soul;  Deep, deep, deep down into the earth it goes  As it pours out my mouth as overflows.    Deep, deep, deep my fingers dig the ground  As I try burying the hurt;  Choke, choke, choke with the dirt, myself can’t breathe   As too deep down I go, I go, I go.  By Carmen Silva  Written Nov. 1st, 2017  Email: carmensilva@yahoo.com  Twitter: @Carmen_Silva2  IG: @carmen_silva_actress  Website: carmensilva.net 

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Read Poetry: At The Coffee Mill Bistro, by Merv Nickleman

I certainly got my fill, at the Coffee Mill,   At the Coffee Mill, when I ate their breakfast grill.  A truly awesome place to state the truth,  Probably the reason Justin Bieber visited Maynooth!    There’s damn fine coffee and pie.  Super friendly staff, easy on the eye!  Don’t let the moment pass you by,  Grab yourself the daily special Chicken Pot Pie.    I visit there daily still,   For their phenomenal soup with Basil and Dill,  I guess I always will,  My home from home, at the Coffee Mill.    (Inspired by the lyrics of the song – Blueberry Hill)  —- My poem is dedicated to my home from home and the awesome gang at the Coffee Mill Bistro, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland. https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeMillBistro/Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Im Zweifel zur Wahrheit, by Erich Ruhl-Bady

Genres: Hope / Philosophical Explanation/Interpretation:   You get closer to truth if you use your ability to doubt. Doubt and truth are much closer to one another than you think. The opposite of truth isn’t the lie but the indecisiveness.   … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Unchanging Penitence, by J.N. McGhee

Genre: Dark, Sad Love + me will always = pain. Disappointments and knowledge are the results I gain. Mending gradually yet the heart remains the same. Closets are filled to capacity with no vacancy to place the blame. I hate … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Freedom Of Thought, by Sujoy Bhattacharya

Stealing warmth from twinkling stars the Yamuna was sleeping wearing the blanket of mist  . A rejected  love soul tormented by the burning spasm of dejection dragged his languid body lashing his reluctant strides  with the stubbornness of his decision … Continue reading

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Watch Poetry Movie: A Love Letter To My Best Friend // Mangoes

Mangoes is a queer, cinematic collaboration between Canadian spoken word artist, Andrew Warner, and Mexican writer-director, Sofia Auza. It explores the relationship between two friends with several mental illnesses through visual poetry and spoken word. A short film about mental … Continue reading

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