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Read Poem: Pixels, by Viktoria Emelkin

I am a leafless tree. Green is fading to grey with every day That turns into minutes And seconds; Time is picking up speed and taking off. I can’t follow, I am busy counting numbers and pixels. Absorbed by the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Last night’s dream, by Tyler R. Martin

Sweet little girl with a teddy bear, Standing almost naked on her porch Eyes blue, perfectly round, large as dinner plates Glimmering like jewels in the golden morning sun I approach, smiling, leaning down to meet her eyes, I ask … Continue reading

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Read Poem: smile, by Kajal Kapoor

it’s true what they say you know about people. those who never speak have the most to say. the ones who look the happiest hold back the most tears. the most kind and caring people have experienced the most cruel … Continue reading

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Read Poem by Marisabel Park

There is no darkness when we want to see There is no tiredness when our will wants to continue the road ahead I have come to realized that years are days And that a lifetime can be summarized in a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Living Hell, by Andrew Smith

My head is full of fantasies, They’re my escape from reality, In my world there’s so much I can do, Like run and laugh and skip and play, Converse with people day by day, But sadly all these things will … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SUBTLE MOMENT, by Phil Capitano

A solar sliver flashes off the hanging chimes, snow pockets fall from a maple squirrel highway, imprints the ground, abominable foot. Morning snares my nostrils, detergent draped vapours, and I wish for a warmer clime. Playful chickadees squeak and scurry … Continue reading

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Read Poem: After Eden’s Grave, by Maggie Bryan

Off in the distance, calling my name, Is the river near whom sorrow came, Silver and gold, to have and to hold, The sheep is lost from the sacred fold. Wandering and crying, sinning and dying, What is this force … Continue reading

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