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Title Poet
Poem of Poems II
POEM OF POEMS II
Bright glowing Star
Sentamu Aziz poet by Sentamu Aziz
on 9/26/2014
Only You
ONLY YOU
Sweet like a Melody, From the Morning Bird
Sentamu Aziz poet by Sentamu Aziz
on 9/26/2014
He has gone
He has gone to shadow in sweet shade,
out of the glare from the ancient sun,
Diana Rosser poet by Diana Rosser
on 9/26/2014
What Will Becalm Me?
Casting my eyes on a stormy sea
Wondering what will becalm me
Mark Webster poet by Mark Webster
on 9/26/2014
Inspired By the Statue of Liberty
Oh marble goddess
Standing erect like a gallows,
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
Leave My Country
This earth we love
Grows no jasmine flowers
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
Variations on My Clay Heartstrings
Here I am, spreading fresh water, plaintive songs,
Sweet myrtle flowers,
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
The Last Poem
I want for myself:
twenty hands,
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
In theBottom of the Ninth
"Number Two, Derek Jeter, Number two. "said the disembodied voice.
A man on second, one man out, It was Showalter's choice.
John F. McCullagh poet by John F. McCullagh
on 9/26/2014
From the Ashes of Memories
The elders remember
The earth was unlimited
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
Don't Light the Candles
Don't light the candles, Shahrazad
Shahriyar lays waste a town a night
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
The cloud hanging over the valley has been there forever
The cloud hanging over the valley has been there forever
Trains come from the coast cross it without stopping
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
Goodnight
When all else fades away from thy unweird eye,
And not a shadow less to my eyes so blind;
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/26/2014
The Game
The world of games
Out in there in the wild
Avanthi Jay poet by Avanthi Jay
on 9/26/2014
What can be said about the women who hunt down darkness wi..
Calling trees and children to put their noises away in their pencil-cases
And come sit at the table with their backs to the fire where the bones of
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
clemency
clemency
over the rough gravel and
Romella Kitchens poet by Romella Kitchens
on 9/26/2014
In the village of the mothers
The days remain in a bucket of water
The wells are kept for the use of the dead who splash the
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
You looked very stunning tonight
You looked very stunning tonight
I had to put pen to paper and write
Yor Nella poet by Yor Nella
on 9/26/2014
Hope
The golden sun
That shined above us
Avanthi Jay poet by Avanthi Jay
on 9/26/2014
Moonlight
Moon-light and sun-shine
are all the same.
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/26/2014
Her apron drawn on her skin
the mother sent us out in the street naked
Walnut husks served us for ink
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
When did their language mingle with ours
so my brother spoke the words of the arbutus
so the mother thickened her sauces with the ash tree's black resin
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
Hanging With the Homies on Weekends at 3am
We sit in circles telling stories sometimes
Talking about school, girls, games, drugs
Mikey Bachman poet by Mikey Bachman
on 9/26/2014
Full stop
Death is not the full stop,
here ot hereafter, rather,
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/26/2014
Andretti
Andretti, end, and, den, an, at, it, eat, ate, trend;
It, eat!
Edward Kofi Louis poet by Edward Kofi Louis
on 9/26/2014
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