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Food Equals Love

I think we all need to stop and examine how we show our love for each other.

Advocate Md Mahmudul Hasan- Immigration Lawyer, Dhaka, BangladeshPoem: Oh Struggling India - India is a great state, Guardian of South Asia, In case of every problem, Always available India.
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)A Poem: That Can - No one save God, Knows the true meaning, Of forever, We can only speculate
Ed RobertsArtist to Artist - Roberts to van Gogh - He saw a world, Full of colors, Images, Hidden from others, Surrounded him
Advocate Md Mahmudul Hasan- Immigration Lawyer, Dhaka, Bangladesh25th March 1971-Dacca, East Pakistan - To fight against West Pakistan, She stoutly urges, To have a secured country, To discover an independent Bangladesh
Advocate Md Mahmudul Hasan- Immigration Lawyer, Dhaka, BangladeshUnder a Banyan Tree - Under a banyan tree, I used to sing song of love, You came and gifted me, The sensation of love
Advocate Md Mahmudul Hasan- Immigration Lawyer, Dhaka, BangladeshBe Happy In Life - Staying with your husband, Be happy in life, I always want your happiness, With a great expectation and fascination.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Father-Daughter Project Reveals a Timeless Algeria in Poetry and Postcards - Christine Fasse and her father Dominique have created in "Deserted Memory" an elegant and fascinating homage to Algeria.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Few Translations are Published Here: Reason to be Thankful for This Poetry by Valerie Rouzeau - Very little foreign literature is translated and published in the United States an intellectual disgrace but all the more reason to rejoice in the translation by Susan Wicks of 'Cold Spring In Winter' by the young French poet Valerie Rouzeau.
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)Soul - The most important thing we have
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)America: Truly Rich in Poetry and Other Literary Forms - Our small presses and literary periodicals are a neglected national treasure. No culture has ever produced so many. Here are voices that count, not the politicians and pundits.
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)Cherish it - Cherish it, poem about love.
SOP newswire22010 Winner of the International Book Awards for Poetry: Djelloul Marbook - Far From Algiers, Djelloul Marbrook's first book of poems, is the 2010 winner of the International Book Awards for poetry.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Poetry Readings as Archaeological Adventures - At poetry readings and slams, many poets read from memory. I don't remember poems I've written. Just as well "I believe reading poetry aloud is a kind of marine archaeological adventure, a search for hidden treasures.
Angela KocsisMalice's Mercy - Poem: I am bothered in all, kinds of places right now. There is a beauty in this freedom.
Dawn HuffakerTexas Tea Tsunami - This is a poem that captures what happened when the Deepwater Horizon exploded, and what the effects to the Gulf of Mexico area will be for years to come.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)An American's Journey Through The Maze of Nativism - "Far From Algiers," Djelloul Marbrook's prize-winning book of poems. His book speaks to the pain of rejection by his mother's family thanks to his father's Algerian heritage.
Angela KocsisAfternoon Wind - Its in the wind those, Whispers I am messenger, I speak light lightly
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)Sometimes - Poetry
Ed RobertsMemorial - Least We Ever Forget Why - What does Memorial Day Mean to YOU?
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)Chase Von Sharing Exceptionally Gifted Writer and Friend, Angela (Vennie) Kocsis! ~Chasing Time~... - ~Chasing Time~
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)~Those That Prey or Answers To Prayers~ - Something to consider.
Juliet MaruruFrom Storymoja - Writing Children's Fiction - Books fascinated me. The colourful pictures as much the words. From the Legend of Sleepy Hollow to Puss in Boots.
Suren HosseinWe Are Earth Dwellers - A poem about the importance of trees.
John Danz, Jr.Jagger's Heartache - A poem about wanting someone so bad you'd essentially walk until your feet fell off to be with them.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)To Know What War is Like Read The Poets Who Were There - Paul Elisha is a Northeast Public Radio commentator, composer and poet. His excellent book, 'Swash,' recalls his youth and how the Pacific War engulfed and forever changed his life. The poems are restrained and deeply moving. His musicianship shows in every one of them. If you're watching the HBO series 'The Pacific' you should keep 'Swash' beside your bed.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Good Writing is Born of Silence: A Good Writer is Ruthless - It's not easy to give up on a botched job, but artists must do it. Too bad politicians aren't as honest. A failed poem or painting sometimes can be rescued, but usually the better part of valor is to kill it. It's not a matter of nerve, but rather integrity.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)The Woodstock Library in the Hudson Valley is A Place of Discovery - Reading poems at The Woodstock Library in the Hudson Valley April 10 was a trip down memory lane.
S. D.Attempting To Shine - A poem following the "nonsense verse" form.
S. D.Ruby Fire - A poem about love and the pain it can bring.
S. D.A Point One Will See - A free verse poem on the importance of sticking together.
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