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Enchantment

poem by Martyn Grindrod

Enchantment Walking Summers dusky haze I gli... Read more

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Sweet Thing

poem by Martyn Grindrod

Sweet Thing A butterfly whispers a solitaire ... Read more

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The K B Blues.....

poem by Frank byrne

"I'm off to the Grafton, for the Saturday night d... Read more

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Yesterday's Hero.

poem by Christopher Russon

I felt I lost a really good friend When his life... Read more

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The "Hitchers".....

poem by Frank byrne

"As I settled back in my deckchair, feeling the w... Read more

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Cosmical

poem by Delve Deeper

A moment in time when two forces collide resound... Read more

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A Breath of Fresh air....

poem by Frank byrne

"Hooray! For the ban, on the obnoxious cigarette,... Read more

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Primary School...

poem by Frank byrne

"I'd love to be back in primary school, just to ... Read more

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God is everywhere.

poem by Christopher Russon

How can we say there is no God When we see him e... Read more

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Spreading the good news.

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

I have been recommending Pondrin, to the poets o... Read more

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In loneliness I stand

poem by David MaxOptimism

I stand in this home void of family and friends ... Read more

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TRUMP

poem by Ja Ja

It’s not the essence ... Read more

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TRUMP

poem by Ja Ja

It’s not the essence ... Read more

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Poetry Dig is back on line.

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

Poetry Dig is back on line. I should have notifi... Read more

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An Eye for An Eye....

poem by Frank byrne

"Why lock up a killer? Tell me, what is the use?... Read more

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SLEEPLESS NIGHTS

poem by Tara Marie

Here I am again not able to sleep. Thinking about... Read more

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LONELY

poem by Tara Marie

Since you’ve been away I talk without knowing w... Read more

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GRAY LINES

poem by Tara Marie

In the beginning conversation will be what we wil... Read more

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Pillars of sleep.

poem by Keith Robson

Loneliness is so serene, no-one can ask where you... Read more

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CIALIS

poem by Ja Ja

That Cialis commercial Has everything all wron... Read more

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I Wish You Cared

poem by Royce B

I know you don't care; I just wish you did, Abou... Read more

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I Wish.....

poem by Frank byrne

"I wish that I could see you mum, for just a litt... Read more

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Hamster Bones

poem by Theresa Taylor

A hamster on crack is spinning a squeaky wheel in... Read more

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Chamomile....

poem by Frank byrne

"Again I collapse on the grass, wearing a content... Read more

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Sanctity of Silence

poem by Paddy Clegg

The Sanctity of Silence When the noises that s... Read more

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Forget me not....

poem by Frank byrne

"Please don't forget me," I was once part of your... Read more

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The Writer and The Wallflo...

poem by Julius Brian Cruz

The sky painted onyx, as my thoughts convey bigot... Read more

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The Art of War

poem by Eli Stovall

As human beings Disagreements arise Where the s... Read more

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Walkabout

poem by Paddy Clegg

My body remains static as I move with my will ... Read more

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Canary

poem by Eli Stovall

A call rings through the morning air Flies swi... Read more

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Africa Two Paths

poem by Gerry Legister

Historic Africa dabbled in darkness Long for a g... Read more

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When we are Apart

poem by Gerry Legister

I love you with passion and pain The two emoti... Read more

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Walk in the Light

poem by Gerry Legister

I heard the voice of the Lord Speaking clear as ... Read more

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Just an old photograph...

poem by Frank byrne

"I've lived most of my life, being a loving famil... Read more

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The Future

poem by Gerry Legister

Forget the opportunities you throw away, If pros... Read more

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Hope

poem by John s

Reality questions destiny Another day lost to un... Read more

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The Misty Morning

poem by Gerry Legister

The star responded to a light Sunset roaming un... Read more

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Cherry Blossom

poem by Martyn Grindrod

Cherry Blossom An ocean of pink and white Wa... Read more

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My heart is in Mukiltoe

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

My heart is in Mukilteo, watching the blue heron... Read more

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Still Waiting

poem by Gerry Legister

Every sixty seconds spent waiting, On the reali... Read more