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WE CAN DO BETTER, by Gladys Muturi

Genre: Social Commentary, Equality We Can Do Better Why is this happening to us? All of the fights and disagreements Why are we acting like this? We’re not animals, We’re human beings Let’s stop this All of this is ancient … Continue reading

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TEMPTATIONS, by Denisse Perez

Feel I need you , I can’t lie But the morals don’t apply But I can’t fight what’s inside I can’t get you off my mind Thinking I should let you know That it’s you I want to show All … Continue reading

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A CLUE, by Dushica Labovich

A CLUE When you learn to read without the letters, because hearts’s letter is written without them; You’ll learn to listen without superstition, you’ll understand the wisdom of the one who is silent. When you help those who did not … Continue reading

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Today I Walked In The Rain, by Kaya Nicole

Today I walked in the rain Felt the cool water hit me as I released all the worries of the days before I let go and didn’t have a care in the world. In that moment I was free to … Continue reading

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When We were Birds, by Chanchal Vyas

Once upon a time when you and me were birds, we measured the vast expanse of skies from this inch to that corner. we have seen shifts in seasons under the gloss and silhouettes of our wings. we chirped and … Continue reading

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I RELEASE WHAT I AM RECEIVING WHAT I NEED, by Terry Mulcahy

I release this viral blue funk sometimes dark thing in my soul. It haunts me from time to time. Release this loneliness that feeds my blues. Not lonely all the time sometimes it just appears out of the blue. Does … Continue reading

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Ghost of You, by Lucia Irvine

Do you want to, Come over later? I hear myself say y e s. It tastes sour in my mouth, I didn’t like lemons until I met you. I recount the time you smashed a bottle millimetres from my face, … Continue reading

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Cosmogony, by Iuliana Pașca

I would like to tell you about my birth but how to start with no beginning? … Mother said I was born ahead of my time; I don’t remember, but I know I was there when I also gave birth … 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: Scared, by Michael Jackson

You should be scared Scared of symmetrical smiles of mystical eyes white teeth breath purified Of have a nice days the month of May Everything okay? Yeah, everything’s okay Of positive thinkers steady blinkers gnomes in gardens clean-cut shavers Of … Continue reading

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