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Will NixonIn the Noble Tradition of the Fire Tower Poem - The fire towers of New York State are no longer used for watching for fires. Now they stand to serve the human spirit.
Ed RobertsThe Stick of Prayers - Many people wonder why we burn incense and candles with our prayers
Will NixonPumpkins Play the Dating Game - Every Halloween, a local farm stand displays an amazing array of carved pumpkins. The flickering candles inside those grinning jack-o-lanterns have more to say that we realize.
Md Mahmudul Hasan, Immigration Lawyer, Dhaka, BangladeshGood Bye Muammar Gaddafi - Being murdered by the aggrieved NTC solidier, Your soul has been disconnected, You beloved son has also been murdered after you...
Will NixonWas The Most Famous Bird in British Poetry Really Called a Windfucker? - You'd be surprised what you can learn from the Oxford English Dictionary. Two poems, one classic, one new, celebrate a bird that once had a more colorful name.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Is Poetry as Poorly Appreciated as Popularly Thought? - To make his point that there is some exciting poetry out there a New York Times reporter resorts to a shibboleth about dusty and doze-inducing poetry.
Ed RobertsPoem: A Life Lesson in One Night - There have been so many people I have met in my life that deserved to have their story told. Finally after 20 years of trying I am able to share this one with you
Ed RobertsTwo New Poems, From Different Sides of Life - Noah whose poem appeared in my 2nd book "I`m Still Standing".
Ed RobertsA Counter Offer - I had asked this year for words that somehow might prevent this from happening again.
Ed RobertsIn Memory of 9/11: Transcendental Poetry - A simple man`s prayer that through these words. People will realize that there are some things that we should never allow ourselves to forget
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)A Poem: Some of You - Look for the Lord in Churches, And look down on those, That do not go to the same church ,
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)Poems by two brothers... Ed Roberts and Chase Von... - Think about your fate time... This life as we know it, is a temporary condition for us all...
Ed RobertsCast the First Stone - How much did this poem cost? This one took 20 years, 15 minutes, 4 pieces of paper and thousands of tears.
Juliet MaruruAn Ode To Speak Swahili, Dammit! - A Poem about Speak Swahili Dammit! - the hilarious, and some times sad, personal story of a Cornish boy growing up in pre-independence Tanganyika, now Tanzania.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Six Long Poems of Grandeur and Oceanic Sweep - American poetry tends to commemorate the ordinary, striving to use plain language and to avoid references to things readers may not know.
Ed RobertsAnother Story Behind a Poem --- March 16, 1968 - With most every poem I write there is a story behind its creation. I wanted to share this poem and its tale
Ed RobertsHow to Write Poetry - You ask me how to write poetry: Close your eyes, Think of the greatest joy, That you have ever experienced
Ed RobertsSoldier vs. Warrior - Soldier vs. Warrior: A soldier, A man, or woman, Who serves their country, Who put the lives of others, Above their own
Ed RobertsA Letter to Dad - I woke up this morning, Turned off the alarm clock, And got out of bed
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Is Poetry Written for The Recognition of Contemporaries Or for Other Reasons? - Why does a poet write poetry? For recognition, the praise of contemporaries, the money [just kidding here], or something else?
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)The Purpose... - A few brief words about what is important...
Ed RobertsA Poem: To Jack - They called him a monster, Labeled him a criminal, Mocked him, Made him a brunt to all of their jokes
Ed RobertsStorms and Candle Magic - Storms, There are always storms, Lightening flashes, Thunder crashes,The winds roar, They attacks us at our very core,
Ernest DempseyWhat's Left? - A poem dedicated to the resilience of life.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)A Poet Uses The Internet to Revive Interest in The Work of a Fellow Poet - One of the beauties of the Internet is that it encourages writers to retrieve works of literature that have blossomed for a season and then fallen into neglect.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Prize-Winning Poet Explores Borders Between Poetry and Prose - When another author, Dan Baum, called Djelloul Marbrook's novel, 'Saraceno,' a prose poem, Marbrook began meditating on the nature of prose and poetry and arrived at some provocative conclusions, expressed here.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Artemisia: The One Character Your World Can't Do Without - Good fiction, says prize-winning poet Djelloul Marbrook, is about creating that one character without whom your world can no longer exist, a person indispensable to your imagination.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Let's Hear It for Ball-Busting Poetry About a World Men Have Ruined! - National Poetry Month offers a moment to ask ourselves whether we're also celebrating dangerous, subversive, ball-breaking poetry. Or are we just celebrating safe, anecdotal, "accessible" poetry?
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)'Artemisia's Wolf': Story of Lightning, Love and Betrayal of a Young Artist - Prize-winning poet Djelloul Marbrook has written a novel in honor of some of the world's most memorable women "Artemisia Gentileschi, Morgan Le Fay, Zenobia, Hypatia and Boedica.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Artist Frida Kahlo Paints Her Life in Words With The Help of a British Poet - Frida Kahlo painted with a unique brush. Now British poet Pascale Petit gives the great Mexican painter a unique voice in 52 poems that eerily resonate with Kahlo's vivid way of painting.
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