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Read Poem: The Tale of Mark, by Jacqueline Mead

There lived a young lad called Mark. Who lived by himself, under a bridge in the Park. By day he would wander around, alone. He was lost and lonely with no place to call his own. Mark, though, had a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THESE ARE THE BLUES, by Marianna Gerrman

Idly sitting by the fire…cigarette in tow, drawing smoke rings in the hazy air, disappearing…and reappearing once more. Thinking of you and me, chiding each other about this or that… Why is it, that there’s a fine line between love … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Flipside of the Familiar, by Bob Eager

Flipside of the Familiar Mr Authenticity Bob Eager About time to meet the Other side of the coin, Under the surface topic revealed.. Relatable Subject matter flipped on its tails head. Now Floating in regular view—- Discussed now readily and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: PRISON OR HOME?, by Laye Da Writer

Confined to these desolate walls Waiting for the day they make a releasing fall Always thought it was my mind trapped Feeling this glass ceiling tapping completely capped Released for hours at a time day in and out Listening to … Continue reading

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Interview with Screenwriter Simon Kelton (Eddie the Eagle)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
It was a joy chatting with the screenwriter one of the the hit films of 2016 in “Eddie the Eagle”. Simon talks about the process from development to distribution of the film, plus…

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Read Poem: ALL MIGHTY PEN, by Sujoy Bhattacharya

Your pen should be drinking briny horror . Your must delve into the murky grave . Your pen ought to revile at stupid generosity . Your pen has to add salt to human injury bleeding . Your pen must open … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WE WHO, by R.J Britten

Labels spoken, given, intended, Causing responses making you look, Intrinsically judged before even known, We All suffer deep down internally. Lives built on labels, whether told in truth or self-seeking culminations. We strive aiming for peace, clutching at vapours Believing … Continue reading

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