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Judith Skillman poet Sweet Rain by Judith Skillman
Tasted, smelled, rising from hot asphalt, sweet rain
in the street where a man works on his camper in the rain.
Judith Skillman poet Afterimages by Judith Skillman
Of the sun, one winter afternoon —
the sun close to setting, one afternoon
Judith Skillman poet In Anger by Judith Skillman
A nightmare lingers long afterwards. It can be caught by a glimpse
into dreamtime: a word, a look, a resemblance to hunger, glimpsed.
Hasmukh Amathalal poet Hard Feelings by Hasmukh Amathalal Gold Star - 189,354 Points
Hard feelings
It is horrifying tale
sanjay kumar maurya poet जिंदा लोग by sanjay kumar maurya Bronze Star - 2,610 Points
मैं ही मुझसे प्रश्न करता हूॅ
अक्सर कि
Whenever the nail sees
The variegated plank of wood
Lalitha Narayanan poet Faith Of An Old Woman by Lalitha Narayanan Gold Star - 20,258 Points
I am a granny of sixty
i have no teeth, all gritty
Nassy Fesharaki poet Welcome To New The World by Nassy Fesharaki Gold Star - 37,354 Points
Welcome to the new world
She shouts, cries
Rosie Bourget poet Celebrating Your Christening by Rosie Bourget Silver Star - 3,601 Points
Dedicated To My Grandbaby Skylar
Today is such a special day
Mary Angela Douglas poet Why Does Enchantment Keep Wearing Off by Mary Angela Douglas Gold Star - 9,945 Points
why does enchantment keep wearing off,
you wondered to yourself, becoming too visible.
You are untying the knot.
Infinite your patience.
Lalitha Narayanan poet Faith Reinstated by Lalitha Narayanan Gold Star - 20,258 Points
Had faith
sufficient I thought
Hasmukh Amathalal poet On This Earth by Hasmukh Amathalal Gold Star - 189,354 Points
On this earth
You are amidst wolves
Rebecca Elson poet Carnal Knowledge by Rebecca Elson
Having picked the final datum
From the universe
Hadil Diaf poet Writer by Hadil Diaf Veteran Poet - 1,268 Points
I will make of my skin a paper,
and with a knife I'll cut a vein,
Barry Middleton poet Monition by Barry Middleton Gold Star - 32,427 Points
one should speak up to hate
it filters through the air
Liza Sud poet The Truth's Herald, by Liza Sud Gold Star - 30,717 Points
I wanted to be the Truth's herald,
the mouthpiece of Pravoslavie.
SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR poet Tranquillity by SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR Gold Star - 10,105 Points
Frenzied uprooted posts one after another
Once uprooted progenitor,
Raven Corrd poet The Hunting Shadows by Raven Corrd Rookie - 0 Points
In the deepest hour, where my soul searches for any reason to hold on. There is a future unknown, but the problems remain.
My love never felt so miss
Hadil Diaf poet Human by Hadil Diaf Veteran Poet - 1,268 Points
I just wanted you to know
That the ice of my cold soul
Helen Dunmore poet The Malarkey by Helen Dunmore
Why did you tell them to be quiet
and sit up straight until you came back?
Elaine Equi poet Monolith by Elaine Equi

cheerful stoic epic
Elaine Equi poet Cats, Now and Forever by Elaine Equi

An arty feline couple parodies bourgeois gender roles
Elaine Equi poet Antiquity Calling by Elaine Equi
Looking at Mapplethorpe's Polaroids, I learn that he
liked shoes and armpit crotch-shots of men and women,
Regina Derieva poet On The Sea-Shore, Smell Of Iodine by Regina Derieva
On the sea-shore, smell of iodine,
and square as in Sicily, and dancing.
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