Category Archives: Poetry Festival

Read Poem: The Long Road, by Shobana Gomes

At first glance, it seemed easy, I, the traveler on a weary road to perhaps fame, I tamed my mind to think in ways one would want to impress, But like a toddler taking baby steps, I fall, struggling to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Darker than Death, by ~~Shree~~

Darker than Death Is now a bonding, Which was supposed to be Sweet and simple, Lucid and natural – But not anymore, sadly. It has become increasingly A threat to my existence, And intimidating to my respect. There exists no … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A fairy’s face, by Jeanette E. R. Cook

I listen to the fairy stories Of my aunt’s and I envision Their garden, Enchanting with the pastels Of growth and the swaying Blooms spreading the fragrance In the bright light of morning After the dew is gone, Where a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE DARK WEB!, by Vijetha Shenoy

GENRE: Dark She was young, naive and innocent! He was in his adolescence… He was fond of her and she was fond of his presence… She aged less than a decade but he was older to her by more than … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Pacific Theater, by Michael Ventimiglia

Iā€™m swallowed in soil, engulfed in a trench On shorelines where I outlive better men. Does that sense of resentment get to them? As rounds fall in sand and the ocean breaks Blood red is distilled in the tide and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Raging Ocean, by Ramone

I am like a ship sailing atop a raging ocean The high waves are thrashing, hindering my motion I have a destination in mind: to it I have great devotion. No, not any port in a storm will satisfy I … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Singles Awareness Day, by Hiker Angel

Categories: Love, Hurt, Painful The Darkest heart of winter’s chill chokes out the hollow monstrous day, its tendrils slithering to fill. Rapacious, snaking, gasping gill, in waters deep where wicked prey, the Darkest heart of winter’s chill. Its teeth plunge, … Continue reading

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