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NIGHTBLOOM. by Jude kyrie

poem by Jude kyrie

Nightbloom By Jude Kyrie The welcoming perf... Read more

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MANTA MANTRA

poem by Ja Ja

Female Praying Mantas Eat their male partner ... Read more

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Deep- ish

poem by Robert Kohlhammer

The grass is wet but it is only my deep feet that... Read more

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Rain Willow Dream

poem by Stella Brians

Rain Willow Dream Copyright 2017 by Stella Brian... Read more

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Time Portraits

poem by ann parks

I was young and in Paris sitting on a coach. ... Read more

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Pine

poem by Julian Sun

The way the tree moves That's how things are Read more

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Orange Light

poem by Raychill Ellisonwonderland

Night, Out on my porch. The orange glow from th... Read more

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SUMMER LOVING

poem by Steven Godfrey

SUMMER LOVING By Steven Godfrey I can hear t... Read more

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Take Care

poem by Julius Brian Cruz

You’re coming home late, without having di... Read more

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Inside

poem by Tiana H

It’s such a beautiful thing Your ways, ... Read more

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Ethereal emissaries

poem by Robert Kohlhammer

Shall ethereal emissaries identify interference ... Read more

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Enemy Within

poem by JG Collins

Good and evil resides in us all. Both look ou... Read more

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Spring fire poem

poem by Chris Cleverly

A flow of afternoon wind's cool as they step insi... Read more

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Magpie

poem by Martyn Grindrod

Magpie Click Clack Chatterer Scavenger , Vag... Read more

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A Spark

poem by N H

Bright; iridescent Trapped in a feeling A spark... Read more

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Pompeii

poem by Martyn Grindrod

Pompeii Amid ashes pumice lay Life in cinder... Read more

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A time traveller's lament

poem by ann parks

I land silent, unseen into the crowd as the pe... Read more

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I Can Imagine

poem by Michael Wise

I can imagine a great many things polka dot pand... Read more

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SPRING AIR

poem by Tara Marie

With each step we take together I’ll alw... 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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SCREEN PLAY

poem by Tara Marie

U say one thing and do the other. With no sweat... Read more

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Solstice Sonnet

poem by Geoffrey Brewer

SOLSTICE SONNET Along the summer stream at sol... Read more

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House boating

poem by Robert Kohlhammer

To lazy to blame my tools as if I were a repetit... Read more

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Witchery’s darkness

poem by David MaxOptimism

Witchery’s darkness why did u curse twil... Read more

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Sonnet for a windy day

poem by Geoffrey Brewer

SONNET FOR A WINDY DAY Across cirrus sky swif... Read more

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A maid in the night.

poem by Keith Robson

Her cracked ice breath crazed on the air that he... Read more

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AUTUMN'S LAST DANCE

poem by John Pegg

It is an almost celestial sunrise, the world awak... Read more

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Scooping almonds

poem by Robert Kohlhammer

Drupe watch brother sanctuary of miracles ri... Read more

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Under the Skull n' Bones

poem by Q. Ramirez

Under the patched sails Under the black flag und... Read more

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My Personality

poem by Nairobi's Poetry

My personality Will deconstruct your walls My e... Read more

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Intertwined

poem by Nairobi's Poetry

Our hands intertwine To connect more than our ha... Read more

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clay akien

poem by patricia picciocchi

your soul is like a diamond shining bright the de... Read more

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Sweet and Slow

poem by Theresa Taylor

Sweet and slow is my death candy coated nails ar... 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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The House

poem by Theresa Taylor

A burning house holds everything I am I'm beatin... Read more

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Alive

poem by Sharon s

Soft and sharp, light and dark, subtle and bo... Read more

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It's In The Night

poem by Cecilia Crasto

It's in the night that the voices speak Soft as ... Read more

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Sensory perception (poetry...

poem by Robert Kohlhammer

I see more clouds today I feel cooler than yeste... Read more

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She lives in my house.

poem by Jamal Abboud

She lives in my house, As if it wasn’t my... Read more

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Pierrots

poem by Julius Brian Cruz

Another dawn wakes, people rises from slumber. T... Read more