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Read Poem: Singles Awareness Day, by Hiker Angel

Categories: Love, Hurt, Painful The Darkest heart of winter’s chill chokes out the hollow monstrous day, its tendrils slithering to fill. Rapacious, snaking, gasping gill, in waters deep where wicked prey, the Darkest heart of winter’s chill. Its teeth plunge, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: AMERICAN TRILOGY © Farouk Asvat

● If You Or A Loved One if you or your loved one have killed civilians in other countries if you or your loved one have tortured innocents in other countries if you or your loved one have loved ones … Continue reading

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Read Poem: I WONDER, by Philip Brent Harris

What would I do with me, without you? Do any of us know what might be true? More than I was, less than I have been, A part of me missing, no nib in my pen. Scratching at life, yet, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Lost Soul, by Niall Alexander

#thebeatpoetuk This is a memoir, A tale about love. A story about a girl, Who’s now an angel up above. Taken too soon by, Workers from hell. Now this is her story, That she could never tell. To understand this … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: AI! AI! AI! (A Tatarus for Youth), by David Estringel

Performed by Hannah Ehman AI! AI! AI! (A Tartarus for Youth), by David Estringel I. AI! AI! AI! Sated with stolen life, emerged from mother’s Night, there is longing to be free from the warmth of darkened humours– to be … Continue reading

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Read Poem: My Seraph in Disguise, by Tyler R. Martin

from Bourboncigarettesandsyllables.com A beauty thought reserved only for nature, Somehow now resides within your eyes, How can such magic be earthly normal, Is it real, or just some clever guise? I wonder, are you a true mortal woman Or a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Yes, I do!, by Rajaram Gopalan

Genre: Love, Romantic Yes, I do! Peals of laughter Squeals of delight Roar of approval Love was in the air! In bounded a knight Clutching something tight Surprised there were many As he went down on one knee! Eternity passed … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Black Moon Poem, by Zoey The White Lioness

Straightforward to the ROOT, THE BASE, The ungodly shine, Within the eye, Purging the soul and mind, A black moon is Approaching with unwinding coiling frustrating timing, Casting unidentified obscurity, Shadow puppets laughing madly, Nothing’s where it should be, The … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Bedrock’s Testament, by Merple

I write I write often Of an ethereal figure He has no name His presence I can’t fathom Only feel Through the words I impart Into the folds of napkins On nights of drunken stupors And banal escapades Riveting in … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Inna Bflat, by Sharon M. Musgrave

(Poem about being a single mother) It started with a simple dream A single mom, an apartment on the lake and a blue computer screen Two Ikea colored filled rooms Seagulls singing songs in the late afternoon Just below the … Continue reading

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