Poetry by Faydra Underwood

Dolorimetry I remember the day that you came into my life… The sun was beaming down, and I had a new lease on my life… You made an entrance, really made your presence known with the first roll… after that, you are all that I have since known… Before the sirens deafened my ears, you … Continue reading

Poems by Gil VanWagner

Yule The return of the light. Solstice..when the darkest time comes and we mark the return to light. It comes in the coldest time and celebrates the warmth. Celebrated with the fire of the Yule log as well as the green of the Holly leave, this is the time to know the coldest time has … Continue reading

Poems by Danny Garcia

  LOOK FOR ME   No one is looking for me Everyone knows where I am In the corner they put me in Laughing, they surround me If I spend my whole life here I want my cage by the wind   You’re looking for an old friend Won’t you look for me? I’m longing … Continue reading

Poems by Deadbeat Poet

Fire and Halos Please don’t ask me to kill you right now, let’s go on a trip instead. We all hit the wall and it’s how far you fall, not what’s on in your head. The fire within, is moving without, Break free of your chains, fear and self doubt. I will drink you like water, … Continue reading

Some poems Author: Ali Abdolrezaei; Translator: Abol Froushan

  Always Afterwards  You no longer wish to look  like the one I liked  you’ve changed your shadows  shaved your hair  and sitting knees apart before me  thorns of the hidden rose sticking out You come to my dreams always afterwards after I wake I think of you still Like a rose that buds under … Continue reading

Poems By Marie Lynam Fitzpatrick

Days of Yore ‘Twas once upon a time in days of yore when life in days dashed but that was before the third millennium—much before. When I was a child in nineteen sixty-four and watched daybreak as birds called life-to-stir. In fields that laughed when sun brushed stars on webs of dew. But it was … Continue reading

Poems By Maree Scarlett

    Red Stockinged Feet   My red stockinged feet walked miles to find you   I found you   on my couch in letters written in a book of poetry: in dreams in another land   words, barriers, blurring reality   my feet disappeared I sank into you, on the couch comfortable, to muse … Continue reading

Poetry of Lisa M Brown

MEN AND THEIR DESIRES WHY DO MEN ALWAYS WANT TO SPICE THINGS UP AND WHY THE HELL DO THEY WANT TO HIT A HOME RUN IN YOUR ASS STRECH OUT, WHATS NOT MEANT TO BE STRETCHED RIPPED PAIN WHERE NONE SHOULD BE MAYBE ITS THE HOMOSEXUAL ON THE DOWN LOW PEEKING THROUGH SMACKING ME, WHILE … Continue reading

Poems by Rohith

stranger Clanking anklets, she trespassed as an unwelcomed song into my life. See those silent ripples in the ocean of love showing the way, she had rowed. Follow those foot-steps in the wet street of November, that may lead to the land, from where the spring blows. Ask that beggar sitting on the temple steps … Continue reading

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