Category Archives: Poetry Festival

Read Poem: GUILTY, by T. Jarmon Hildreth

I don’t have to say your name or hide beneath hyperbole and metaphor or change the details to protect our guilt neither one of us are innocent we both created a storm that left behind enough pain to last lifetimes … Continue reading

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Read Poem: never-ending sun, by Kristen Corbisiero

Run away with me, To a place where the things we worry about don’t matter, Where the sun melts into the sky, And the birds sing so beautifully we forget the sun never sets. Stay here with me in the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Tall Spurs and Placid Lake, by Joydeep Nath

Genre: Dark her own secret haven a black hole of tall spurs and a placid lake a trail there she only knew her own mad-house she came to cry at muffled and stifled her silent streams of tears trickled night … Continue reading

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Watch the MAY 2019 Poetry Readings

Poetry Reading: SURREAL, by Megha Sood Performed by Carina Cojeen Poetry Reading: THE TALE OF MARK, by Jacqueline Mead Performed by Carina Cojeen

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Poetry Reading: SURREAL, by Megha Sood

Performed by Carina Cojeen

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Poetry Reading: THE TALE OF MARK, by Jacqueline Mead

Performed by Carina Cojeen

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Read Poem: TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY, by Chidi Nwosu

tomorrow is another day. your bird flew away, let it be. there’s no hunter who never missed; and no farmer who never lost. it is the way of the world. the redness in your eyes, is enough to roast yams. … Continue reading

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