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ASYLE, by Zoran Mimica

Asyle – and this is not a poem – this is a demand I want to see the world or even a village, a town, a province if not a state where there are no drugs, no cigarretes, no cigarette … Continue reading

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Letter to Solitude, by Jiji Schemann

Lettre à la solitude Quand tu es née, on ne se comprenait probablement pas. Je te parlais sachant bien que tu étais là en moi, Je tentais de t’écouter de l’intérieur mais ce n’est qu’après quelques mois que je réussi … Continue reading

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POETRY READING: Cosmogony, by Iuliana Pașca

Performed by Allison Kampf 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 … Continue reading

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The Aura of a Being, by Andrea Irigoyen Paez

Soul that blows stripping the wishes from dark corners. You light up the passions. From a horizon, infinite and mysterious. Only God created you. Those who swim to you, they discover the essence of being. As the autumn leaves fall, … 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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Bonded, by Dominique Marks

Dear O, I hope you’re well. Hope the family’s well also. I think of you often.. more so because of the uncertainty these days bring. Sometimes I’m happy.. sad.. mad or horny. But I’m hurt. Not because things ended but … Continue reading

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DEATH OF NOISE, by Shiela Denise Scott

You play music, Loudly, No respect for the silent type, You own the blocks peace, Thug life, selfishly You deal to the fiends, Turning corners at all times, Loudly they scream, Interrupting peace of mind, Gang life never resigns Prosperously … Continue reading

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random forests, by Mark Tiegs

we are in the random forests we are. leo. adele. Ho[4][5] and Amit and German [6] in order (Fujitsu now) we are random forests we are decision trees. tree bagging (Main article: Bootstrap aggregating) predictions for unseen samples x’ can … Continue reading

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If Walls Could Talk, by Christopher Kent

If walls could talk, they’d hear a man breathing all alone as he stares longingly out the window watching a young robin build her cozy nest for a family quickly coming. If walls could talk, they’d hear the shuffle of … Continue reading

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I understand why you died tonight, by Joel Schueler

I understand why you died tonight why the devil grew his tail as your mind became frail, why the sky mistook him for an angel. Vienna and Bruges, and all that is smooth — when toe meets foreshore; dark chocolate, … Continue reading

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