New Poems


Title Poet
crisp this
there's a booth in the back
dried ketchup on the table, we're able
Mandolyn ... poet by Mandolyn ...
on 7/27/2014
A Book of Poetry Not Yet Published
A Tanka Prose
A man shaped like a Henry Moore sculpture lies at the foot of the Toronto skyline. Red and black slashes cut the sky above him. 'A
Chenou Liu poet by Chenou Liu
on 7/27/2014
Broken Devastating Life Betrayals
such experiences
soils the innocence
Terence G. Craddock poet by Terence G. Craddock
on 7/27/2014
Two Kinds Of Hunger
Some folks have great abundance
some struggle to earn bread
Liilia Talts Morrison poet by Liilia Talts Morrison
on 7/27/2014
Candy Cane
to Henry Van Dyke, on my grandparents bookshelf
(by the Christmas tree and the living room picture window)
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 7/27/2014
Wrong Allegation
I begin to ponder on wonders
The rhetoric of petitio pricippi
Tosin Abegunde poet by Tosin Abegunde
on 7/27/2014
Lost Life - Part V
Waking seconds before in apprehensive knowing of death
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/27/2014
Your Love Amazes Me
What You Call Love
Another night closes in
Lilly Emery poet by Lilly Emery
on 7/27/2014
Time is healing
Time waits for none
We are not the only one
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 7/27/2014
We get what we get
because we're poor and cheap:
douglas scotney poet by douglas scotney
on 7/27/2014
On page 723 of 'Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus in Dictionary Form, ' Edited by the Princeton Language Institute, Barbara Ann Kipfer, Ph.D., Head Lexic
Richard Thripp poet by Richard Thripp
on 7/27/2014
Strong Doing
Tell it to the world,
Between your legs my face.
Luis Estable poet by Luis Estable
on 7/27/2014
My Lagos
Under the Tropical sun, strung
Rumbling like the sea on which she sits
Birgitta Heikka poet by Birgitta Heikka
on 7/27/2014
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