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Read Poem: the perks of being real, by Karah Wilson

in high school i wanted to feel like charlie did in that tunnel on a drive with the people he loved most in the world. i wanted my life to be like a coming-of-age film where everything and nothing felt … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Hope To my Green Eyed Gems, by Abbigail Elijah

Another tear travels down my face And soaks my pillow Oh what tears must meander down your cheeks too!. . . Motherless children, I wish I could explain, I wish you knew. I look at myself, deep beyond the eyes … Continue reading

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Read Poem: CONFIDENCE REMINDER, by Ingrid Gilbert

Allow me to remind you a little something about confidence, now can I: Confidence starts by action making; Then evolves in a deep rooted feeling; And eventually becomes a part of your entire being. Hence you start taking action, You … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE END, by Sobaby Onwane

The end, like this; Red colours and sirens Handcuffs as I walk in Moving to my cell I heave a sigh of deep relief Today my demons won Tonight my exorcism will be complete Officers and Wardens Still unaware of … Continue reading

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Read Poem: When I’ll meet him, by Damini Mudholkar

When I’ll meet him, My heart will beat 100 times faster Like getting close to a rollercoaster. That time will froze too, In this world like, it was made Only for me and you. And then I’ll hear it. My … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Apostrophe Catastrophe, by Richard Havenga

Some people’s use of the apostrophe is a catastrophe, but you’re not among those writers, because your skills are more refined. It’s not that hard, really, to remember when and where to hang this little hook: dangling up there joining … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WHY I WORRY ABOUT MY UNBORN CHILD, by Roxana Cazan

Because the Oklahoma sky also stretches Stippled with wind-bruised stars. Because a Pakistani-American doctor came in shuffling paperwork and ultrasounds. Because the ocean dipped as bodies were being pulled out of water. Because I wake to feel you squirming, like … Continue reading

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