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Read Poetry: 929, by Priyanka Mandlekar

Nine to Nine…  The Innocent face has turned dramatic bad  The wait for new love is new life  loving heart is in trouble  Pleasing tears are now friends of mine…  Mummy’s daughter is burning 9 to 9…    Don’ts & Do’s is not a worry  For me my limits are now left far behind  Everything about you now seems to be mine…  Daddy’s Princess is Burning 9 to 9…    Love at 1st sight has brought colors  Worth the risk the glance that proved  I am new to my own strength  I find nobody to be mine…  Loving heart is Burning 9 to 9…    Drowned thou still in hope  Love for you has kept me alive  I am gluing the broken pieces of mine…  Lonely Queen is Burning  9 to 9…    Through scars the smile is still green  In wait of you to understand years passed by  I am all yours as much as I am not mine…  My Heart is Burning 9 to 9….    It’s now all empty within  It’s over the idea of love has ruined today and past  Why we crossed the path which were never meant to be  I wish my life would be mine…  An injured heart is Burning 9 to 9…. Advertisements

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Watch the OCTOBER 2017 Poetry Readings

Performed by Elizabeth Rose Morris Poetry Reading: The Painter, by Theresa Pio Poetry Reading: LOVE SONG OF A JOURNEYMAN, by Vihang A Naik Poetry Reading: Precious Little Girl by Murna Safford                   … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: A Single Atom, by Ivor Steven

Performed by Elizabeth Rose Morriss Get to know the poet:   What is the theme of your poem? The poem is about my turmoil of thoughts and doubts, between my recently departed wife, and my starting up of a new … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Escape, by Farzleen F. Khan

She escaped The dreadful dread Broke free from The clutches Waiting to hold her Captive deep Behind locked gates Wrathed by a fury She escaped She escaped The feeling of Having walked A familiar street Hassled by hustles Bogged down … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Fake News, by Vikky Lonie

I’ve decided to stop reading the news It’s full of contradiction and misinterpreted views, Bending of truths like a novelists muse Inciting inspiration, stimulation, radicalisation but never the truth of the situation Just a public announcement of the wrong account, … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: BIRDS FROM THE EAST BY SHARON MO SH

GENRE – ANIMAL LIFE Birds from the east Each one a hankery miniature beast Friends I made by the fields Everyday I toil until I sweat But not the feathered chaps of the sky They are birds from the east … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Tiwari vikas ‘kaiv

once we met, loved, kissed,  hug and talk a lot to each other. now we see each other,  and looked away our eyes,  as we forget our past. we forget who we were, and are. forgot the love,  which flourished  … Continue reading

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