Month: August 2019

Poem by Wayne Russell

Bitter Sting The sting of this world the salt of ocean swirl flicker of light darkness descends upon us all the living the dead like a cancerous torch The flame burns awhile then is doused by death Do not weep for me the...

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Poems by Abdulbasit Yusuff

THE BIOLOGY OF DARKNESS   On nights thick with the dark of depression I flip through old biology notes   So much science has to say about Light, darkness & adaptation Where all these are metaphors For good, evil...

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Poems by Heather Pease

I took a shower today   turned water on scald, stood underneath until my skin turned pink just to feel something.   I took a shower today, picked my favorite island scented gel, squeezing it over a puff. Rubbed my...

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