Category Archives: Poetry Festival

Poetry Reading: Im Zweifel zur Wahrheit, by Erich Ruhl Bady

Performed by Carina Cojeen POETRY 7 questions: 1) What is the theme of your poem? We can be sure on our way to truth if we allow (ourselves) to doubt. We need to doubt. 2) What motivated you to write … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: 12 CROSSED BRIDGES, by Olabisi Akinwale

(Summarizing 2017) . J-F-M-A-M-J-J-A-S-O-N-D The letters memorized by our feets Before crossing bridges, over strange waters . J- January It was the tale of a boy waiting for sunshine under a dark and grey sky, he’s got holes in his … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Toby Sycamore, by Ben Westwood

Toby Sycamore Again I’m in London, and I’m back on the run, And because I was grassed up before, I need to stay undetected, so that nobody finds me, I’m going to have to try more. No-one can know that … Continue reading

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Watch the DECEMBER 2017 Poetry Readings

Poetry Reading: NEW WEBSiGHT, by Vihang A Naik The Bane of Whitechapel – Poetry Reading by Lee A Forman FRUSTRATION – Poetry Reading by Patricia Marvin Escape – Poetry Reading by Farzleen F Khan Beautiful Dead Dragonfly Why – Poetry … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Poem by Anthony E. Perillo

Oh, the whispering night, The whispering night. How softly does it speak Of twinkling stars, And pale moonlight, And the rustling of the leaves. Now it makes no sound As it gathers round All the things that earth contains. While … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: How to walk on the moon, by Micheal Ace

Your arm needs to be strong If you wish to neil your dreams to trees And watch as they mock the wind. To survive is to walk out of fire With wet skin and damp cloth. How do we know … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: AT THE PARK, by Ariel Westberg

A low-slung mist stultifies the LA sunscape, setting the stage to play the part of a rainforest’s cupola. But rain doesn’t come even though I am ready. Boots and sweater, and a nameless heartache to accompany my attire, hibernation at … Continue reading

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