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Read Poem: To Manchester With Love by Kathy Walsh

Liverpool’s neighbour since time began Cultural landscape ripe to explore Exciting things if you have a plan Or just want to go the match and nose round the shops. I went to my first gig 22 years ago I saw … Continue reading

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Read Poem: To the Piercing Underneath my Tongue by Zainab F. Raza

Golden lock, In shape of a classic knocker resting beneath its conveyer to thoughts that I’ve decided to shut my doors against. Golden lock, holding unspoken treasures, Golden lock, an unspoken treasure, stabbing already raw gums. Keeps me from sharpening … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Spectrum by Joshua S. Kulah

This is the order we all learn in early childhood Him, others, then self; that was ingrained in Sunday school We saw it in our favorite heroes; from Batman to Robin Hood Even “mama” told us that being inconsiderate to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WILL YOU STAND BY ME? by Samson Abanni Ikenna

In a world so populated, why is truth just one? And why can’t we tell the end except at the end? Since now I can only pray that I’m praying right. And hope that I’m not wasting hope. For I … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Invisible, by Cheryl KP

Watching the parade and longing to ride, but stand in the shadows, needing to hide. Wings are not clipped, so why not soar? Afraid to enter an opening door. Visibility to some the ultimate goal, to another the threat of … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The graveyard of dreams, by Chroma

Would you rise again, when crisis befalls? To fight and to strive, through the worst of all… Or would you shudder, in the face of pall? Be blind to daylight, just over the wall… Would you bury your past and … Continue reading

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Read Poem by James Eisner

The long wind tired sleeps no more. As the baron of barren begins to move. The jungle fever ignited, uncaged. As the arid land absorbs the rain. -James Eisner

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