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Poetry Reading: Live Again, by Anika Anderson

Live Again, Anika Anderson Alive but not living Surviving but not thriving Wearing masks, hiding identities Controlled but not in control Conforming to roles, titles and positions Giving all but feeling empty The meaning of me lost A life summed … Continue reading

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Read Poem: What is life?, by Vrinda Nair

An illusion or an introspection of our deeds We are puppets in someone’s hands Starting with aught and ending with griefs Restless souls, brooding over past Lost in the mayhem of snippets of life To be believed in nurturing but … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Rattles and the Rust, by Kartik Prajapat

I endlessly search my flesh and bone what undernourishment has it gone? How come they speak of me being shy? when my days actually passes high and dry. Some ask me to hope while some to have desire, struggling is … Continue reading

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DOLL, by Kirsten Warner

I forage for her, the doll of my disappointment a spray of brittle twigs a faggot of fallen fronds crusty sticks with lesions of lichen crouched over, calling up my ancient sister. Then it is only a matter of seeing … Continue reading

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POETRY Reading: ABANDON LOVE, by Joanne Rowe

Performed by Allison Kampf POEM: So rich man you think you’re gonna survive? Leaving the rest of us to die. Buy your ticket to outer space, watch the rest of us spinning in space. You measure time by your own … Continue reading

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Through The Screen Door, by Dominique Doutre

My favorite color only happens once a day. It’s that moment right at sunset as the sky changes from blue to grey. The light that kissed the treetops has faded from the leaves, pulling away his warm fingertips. The color … Continue reading

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LOOSE CHANGE, by Ben Naga

Endoscopy opens to a hush, closes to applause Dramatis personÕ stride and snivel in between While the playwright owns up as simply the you In disguise and of course vice versa – All change! Newton, Einstein, Erwin and his imaginary … Continue reading

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QUESTION, by Bliz Mordiop

THE BLIZMO PRODUCTIONS Presents Whose voice do I hear? Say which way to follow for a better tomorrow when Tunnels are very dark, nightmares coming back, and… I hear voices, different languages but… I can’t pick my mother tongue. What … Continue reading

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Sing Your Own Song, by Svateerth

Birds don’t write poetry they prefer to sing their own song!

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Aren’t you tired of NYC?, by Marcela B

Many of us arrived in NYC with one luggage and a heart full of dreams. When you are in New York city, you get psyched with its energy and immediately you start to ask why? At the beginning you don’t … Continue reading

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