Poem – “FOUR” CAST (By Ray Gallucci)

  “FOUR” CAST   The earth’s been here four billion years, But humans mere four million. How often has the atmosphere Received a “global killing?”   Have comets many seared the skies, Volcanoes oft erupted? What oceans parched till desert-dry And climates left disrupted?   How many times has planet warmed, Engorged with greenhouse gasses, While glaciers melted and reformed […]

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Poem – Primary Care (By Gary Beck)

  Shattered ambitions litter the roadside of expectations, ignored by parents, neglected by school, yet filled with all the yearning that are youth made vulnerable, so when a kind man paid attention, told of the blessings of Allah, the kinship of true believers, it was an easy task to reveal the afterlife, the promise of fulfillment for servants of Islam […]

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Poem – Computer Virus (By David Russell)

Computer Virus Gulleted  in spark glint veins Flabbering circuits in floppies Print-out piled high, choking, crimped;   Programme busy; not applied; Insufficient memory.   Germs swallowed ink; Myopic suction   Greek symbol coffee grounds The winking green a vaccine   The quantum got under the mouse   Insufficient disk space. We crash the orbit.   A spiky cursor jams backlogs […]

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Poem – Liberation (By Amy Hrynchuk)

  Liberation “We heard a loud voice repeating the same words in English and in German…”1 May 25 1940, the first transport of thousands were marched through those gates. Gates that opened to what a select few called the Final Solution. But to those on the inside, the Final Solution had yet to come. Their Liberation Their Freedom Numbers painfully […]

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