Soul Fountain

Poem – JUST FOR KICKS (By Joseph Cavera)

JUST FOR KICKS (By Joseph Cavera) There once was a fool named Scott, Who enjoyed kicking things a lot To his surprise, He met his demise, When he kicked a meteor that was still hot ...
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Poem – WATER DROP (By Ray Gallucci)

WATER DROP In icy cold of empty space, It hitched a ride on comet’s face, Accelerating toward a star Of recent birth, from distance far. As sun of color yellow grew In field of vision, met with two Enormous spheres ...
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Poem – A leap of faith (By Lynn Long)

A leap of faith By Lynn Long   Today... I took a  leap of faith   Springing forward into the great  unknown   I jumped  off the high dive   The fall  seemed endless   The impact jolting every  fiber ...
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Poem – LET’S GO FLY A KITE (By Narges)

Let’s go fly the kite - By Narges Friend, gather the broken frame Change the eroded parts Attach the needed new pieces Allow new glue to dry Apply a fresh coat of color to frame Choose a vibrant shade for ...
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Poem – AROUND STILL (By Joseph Cavera)

AROUND STILL (By Joseph Cavera) Walks and treads with no look back, His world under him, simply ground, Unconcerned with what it may lack, It is more opportunities, Waiting to be found …lying in wait, Still around ...
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Poem – Siblings (By Allison Grayhurst)

Siblings   Her laughter breaks your fold, wedding you to your primal joy. Your extremes keep tune with her emotions, setting them close to yours and your canvas of sharp colours. She has no veil. You have no hidden chamber, ...
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Poem – HOTAND COLD (By Ray Gallucci)

■ HOTAND COLD Perhaps 100million years To rise from naught, then disappear Above the Hot Spot in the Earth That to Hawaiian Chain gave birth. The oldest now perhaps just stumps, Once mountains proud, now merely bumps Long passed from ...
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Poem – DEAR JOHN (By Frank De Canio)

Dear John (the Sophie to Der Rosenkavalier) By Frank De Canio Just like the Marschallin had been resigned to cede her lover to the ingénue to whom his heart would later be inclined, so Marietta’s mistress bade adieu to her ...
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Poem – Bitter Noise (By Chanacee Ruth-Killgore)

There are no words To carry me through This waiting conversation But the silence is eager Crying out Filling the here and now And what would words do But scar the skin That never quite seemed to fit And stretch ...
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Poem – A Break In The System (By Melissa Mendelson)

■ A Break In The System A dangerous man once said, “If it’s not perfect, then break it,” and he broke the system. Lines in the sand became gaping chasms, and voices that once rung the bell of change have ...
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