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Poetry Reading: STREETS, by David Dephy

Read by Allison Kampf POEM: Looking at the empty streets. Beauty needs to be seen. I know you are happy out there on the other side of emptiness, yet the present is the choice which remains. In admiration, beauty, in … Continue reading

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POETRY READING: Once Upon A Crooked Time….., by Robert Drusetta

Performed by Hannah Ehman POEM: There was a crooked man Who had a crooked home He had a crooked fence And had a crooked gnome He had a crooked garden Which people came to see Have you ever seen a … Continue reading

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POETRY READING: The Legend of Morven Mere, by Keith Johnson

Performed by Hannah Ehman POEM: It was thus in the time of siege and famine: A poor farmer sold his little daughter To the asrais and nixies of the mere So that the harvest might not fail again. Then the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Cold, by Linda Jordan

Stealing along a darkened road; it’s path crooked Fleeting around trees, leaves shivering in its wake, grass frozen mid-bow in homage Inspecting, watchful, it’s purpose clear A lone traveler comes; hungry for warmth A house in the darkness; to the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Sugar coated cracks of soul, by Taipenius

Sugar coated cracks of soul Is it dull Or is it all? Let me burn with morning’s light Flow away with seas delight Higher than the eagles scream Lighter than the sunlight’s beams That are reflected from my heart Oh, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: 65 Valentines, by David Ehrgott

There were sixty-five valentines for you I colored the one from me your favorite blue I didn’t know the whole world loves you too with sixty-four adversaries I guess we could be through So did they all say “I Love … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A DREAM ALIVE, by Pranjit Das

A Dream Alive 1. Reconciliation of some dreams old, But I have lost seeing such dreams, long back Since days, many months and years , Even ages and eras are gone, Yet such dreams emerge as wild hounds/ dogs. 2. … Continue reading

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