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Read Poem: MISTREATED, by Gladys Muturi

Mistreated Every day I sense the ignorance from you Every hour, Every minute, Every second Madness and disagreements become a warzone Me vs. You Who will win the title Taking the toll of this passionate love we had I felt … Continue reading

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I pull down the mountain, by Melissa Chaconas

I pull down the mountain with my hands I stare at the page Clouds float thri=ough fast And I try ti scranbke down electronically the WORDS With one hand while thee other holds my body and muse separate but together … Continue reading

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Where do we go from here? The Covid Diaries, by Nichole McIntosh

#TheHealingArtOfPoetry Monday Morning Musings of a Healing Arts Practitioner. Where do we go from here? As talk now turns to what we do next. We cannot help but ponder what is best. Ease up the restrictions too early to boost … Continue reading

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CLAP, by Darell J Philip

Windows opened Mum and I screaming at the top of our… You know, that organ which Mr Corona makes the point of his attack Our voices in unison with the carnival of faces Hand clapping together among our block For … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE CHANT OF A DIGGING ROYAL, by Sarra Culleno

My spade knocks against rock while gardening, a speck of promise from a surface scratch. More than a stone; composed, profound, sparkling, it could be dislodged using skills I match. It gleams, it glitters tantilisingly, requiring little attention from me, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SONG OF THAT NEW DAWN, by Dwivedi

Please play our morning song; One in which, our nation is healthy, One in which, our people stand together, Stand together, equally & love each other. Please play that song, which promises a bright nation, Where no one questions our … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Death’s Love, by Tiffany Pennywell

I didn’t care That he held the power To cool my defenses Death’s cool touch opened a part of me That I never shared with anyone And even in his deep dark sadness I saw a gleam of hope As … Continue reading

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Read Poem: bout owt, by kirky

Sitting watching Tele With me dinner in me belly What a wasted life Just sat there with the wife Mixed emotions sit there fighting Cos I really should be writing But basically I’m lazy Not to mention slightly crazy So … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Sepulcher Dreams, by Jon Lang

Darkness, the colours of souls astray Lost within the gloom of dawn Piercing brightness breaks aloft Dirt, rocks and gravel swallow the glare No remnants prevail underneath Shadowed creatures hidden in plain sight Secreted between the folds of time Which … Continue reading

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Read Introspective Poetry, by Matt Quinto

Would you pardon me as I try to pick up the broken pieces of my life? My reflection looks different now can you see me still inside? Will you put me in a box just because it has a label? … Continue reading

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