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Read Poem: COMING OF AGE, by Juan Carlos Valadez

Your brown skin, tainted; scabs falling on the floor, leaving a trail for further inspection. Blood dripping on, the dirt of innocence. Your ankles bruised, branded, shackled with uncertainty. Stuck in a web of insecurities; with a high guard, throwing … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Sugar coated cracks of soul, by Taipenius

Sugar coated cracks of soul Is it dull Or is it all? Let me burn with morning’s light Flow away with seas delight Higher than the eagles scream Lighter than the sunlight’s beams That are reflected from my heart Oh, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: 65 Valentines, by David Ehrgott

There were sixty-five valentines for you I colored the one from me your favorite blue I didn’t know the whole world loves you too with sixty-four adversaries I guess we could be through So did they all say “I Love … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A DREAM ALIVE, by Pranjit Das

A Dream Alive 1. Reconciliation of some dreams old, But I have lost seeing such dreams, long back Since days, many months and years , Even ages and eras are gone, Yet such dreams emerge as wild hounds/ dogs. 2. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Take My Hand, by Remi Delaplace

Come wander with me, In these hallowed halls of endless night. Where I will show you, Many things of horror and delight. Faint whispers hiss while Shadows shift and flit behind your back. Tattered curtains sigh Those swaying shades of … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Grotesque, by Saige White

It’s grotesque sometimes. Pumped blood that flows through your heart, through your varied limbs. Specifically flowing through your arm. Now displaced into tiny splattered specks on the bathroom floor. Displaced on a metal spoon, with undersides charred. Displaced into plastic … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MOTHERS LULLABY, by Austin Musick

OH HOW OUR MOTHERS GAVE US THIS RHYTHMIC BEAT A PULSE FUELED BY FIRE WITHIN HER SELFLESS FEAT WHILE SHE SWINGS TO AND FRO TIL WE SLIDE LIKE THE TIDE OUT OF HER TOWARDS THE LIGHT HER VOICE THE BEACON … Continue reading

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