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Read Poem: Manifest, by Jimieal Smith

My tears are her tears….yes her tears….but still in the same light…I can’t seem to make hers disappear…nop…..I can’t…..because I lied…..yes I lied…instead of showing affection…my heart put upon another heart…a feeling as cool as neglection… As her tears fell … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Corpse Girl, by Dan Weatherer

I’m the pretty little corpse girl, Won’t you look at me? Pleasing to the eye, Cute as can be. I’m the pretty little corpse girl, With aspirations of fame. Well versed in the rules, Of the modelling game. I’m the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: BEAUTY LIKE MARILYN MONROE, by Mantri Mark

You are glamorous, hale and healthy Tall, beautiful and mind-blowing A charming face and sparkling eyes A beautiful parrot nose ǁ Good ears with a diamond studded rings Smart speaking mouth with lipstick on The best structure ever created by … Continue reading

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Read Poem: UNCONDITIONAL COMPASSION, by Vincent Heart

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Read Poem: Until I Met You, by Tina Culora

I didn’t consider myself a writer until I met you. You were all scruffy hair and spectacles at the end of your nose, all classic novels and 20 cups of tea to keep you going your tap, tap, tap on … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Ride or Die, by Rachel Marie

  Scrolling through my memory I stop on slideshows with pictures of you & me As I reminisce on our younger years And constantly ask God why you’re not here Why’d it have to be you that he took? Why’d it have to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Earthblood, by Amina Drury

Beyond the horizon I hear you pleading Shouting, biting, scratching, breathing And in the smog, your breath is wet Wet and long and harsh and spent In the sky your eyes shine bright A billion vicious specs of light In … Continue reading

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