Category: poems

THE FALL, by Joseph Young

How does one start? Compared to the heart None are equal One story no sequel no part two All in Parcial particles nor Single molecules Will suffice Its revolting engulfing If Strength is absent Transparency Arrives Pure beauty Arise Organic A clone wont survive The cyclone of this […]

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Window Seat, by CHARLES GARRISON

when’s the bus coming I’d ask… leaning onto the street to search the horizon could feel the wind against my skin as vehicles raced past I became overcome with excitement while grandma sat stoically wearing her signature garb which concealed her greying hair fanning herself with a paper […]

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Things I Miss, by Roger Black Jr.

1) Working a regular job 2) taking care of household responsibilities 3) Responsibilities in general 4) Being in control of what and where I eat 5) Sitting and laughing with female friends 6) Genuine friends 7) The feel of carpet beneath my bare feet 8) Sending and receiving […]

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Fallen, by Anthony Cockroft

Date. 7-17-13 I have no one to help me up nor would they stand for me now that I’ve fallen Into the sun I stare having intimacy with my hope not noticing a tear has fallen The world doesn’t absorb my energy people doesn’t grasp my truth for […]

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I’ve Seen, by James Kelly

I’ve seen… I’ve seen people smile in my view, but in the blind they’ll frown on you. I’ve seen shady people in disguise of friends, but in the streets that’s how it ends. Envy, jealousy, and sickening hate, I’ve seen phony people who perpetrate, They’ll shake your hand, […]

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Homesick, by Spencer Sharp

Been gone so long, way too long im homesick Wish i woulda learned young. Maybe id been home still Cell to cell, Prison to prison got me feelin like im homeless Hell to hell the way im livin has me forgettin what exactly home is IM Homesick… im […]

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Let Me In, by Jacob Smith

Come with me to a special place where people come and have fun without disgrace. Open your arms to me and let me in because when you do I’ll always be with you. Days go by to touch every cloud in the sky and please remember you can […]

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Today, by Major McCormick

Here’s a poem for these days, though momma said there would be days like this, I can only be reminiscent, wiping my cheek after her kisses, “Go on and play,” that was what we looked forward to in a way, but today we look forward after spending so […]

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SEVEN, by Rudy Carrillo

I’m blind with my eyes. I see with my heart. I see who’s real or just playing the part. So many actors trying for the Emmys or Tonys, All chameleons and myriads of phoneys. Why so critical? Well … Because if the world was a stage, I’d be […]

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FIVE, by Rudy Carrillo

It’s a vicious deep cut when I feel valued so low. Coldness Hatred is what the world shows. I get on my knees, as my tears commence to flow. -Don’t feel unloved, my son, I hear a voice so gently and low. -For thirty pieces of silver, that’s […]

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