Poetry

Poem – Suicide Bomb (By Fern G. Z. Carr)

Suicide Bomb - By Fern G. Z. Carr cavernous thunder shattering normalcy sirens cries, shrieks, moans, whispers shards of metal and glass raining in torrents rat-a-tat-tat rat-a-tat-tat chests impaled by metal girders corpses crushed, smashed oozing blood eyeballs frozen wide ...
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Poem – In Shadow (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

Vampires only live in legends, but the thirst to be eternal burns deep in heart as cities ignite with humanity crashing through, and the sun sets on another day of history. And I desire to see beyond another tomorrow and ...
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Poem – A Made Up Place (By JD DeHart)

A Made-Up Place   I'd love to sit by the old stone wall I made up once and roll it away to find a stairwell behind, a journey into a deeper unknown mystery of my mind, returning to the core ...
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Poem – Discovered (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

Discovered - By Melissa R. Mendelson Torn and flayed I was from the Greenlight until I found home along the Triggerstreet, and a community kissed and healed all that was destroyed. Then, I took flight, nestling into the Author's Den ...
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Poem – Hi-Tech Times (By Gary Beck)

Hi-Tech Times In every hand an Iphone owner busy talking, texting, an innovative comfort allowing constant communication anytime, anywhere subject to interruption of cellular service, yet more and more prevalent facilitating contact, no matter what the content. Gary Beck/Ignition Point ...
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Poem – BLASTS FROM THE PAST? (By Ray Gallucci)

BLASTS FROM THE PAST? Has all been quiet for four billion years? Or else a riotous clashing of spears Hurled among planets which orbit our Sun, Cosmic catastrophes second to none? Since Velikovsky proposed Earth had clashed* With Mars and ...
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Poem – Late, The Beauty (By R.T. Castleberry)

I stayed late in the street tonight, felt the breeze chill come up, saw the ice sky form, fog-dense. Shirt tail out, I rock back in my boots, scan the silhouette corners for bar room stagger, a skater’s weave. From ...
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Poem – Where the Grass Grows (By David Hernandez)

Where the Grass Grows Sunlight narrows the shadow, spreading across the writer’s back to his face. He wakes, ready to feed his children, walks through the halls, and out to the patio with a leash around his neck, and a ...
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Poem – Travelogue (By Gary Beck)

Travelogue Voyagers no longer disembark at decayed seaports, piers rotting where sturdy ships once docked delivering the wealthy the hopeful, travel plans replaced by accommodating airlines getting us to destinations so quickly there’s no transition between coming and going, just ...
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Poem – SILENT WINTER (By Robert Trabold)

SILENT WINTER (By Robert Trabold) Bitter cold – wind touch the bones. Snow coming – came same weather – no change. I have to stay home not many activities outside – meetings cancelled too cold. Change for me - have ...
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