|David Bedworth||How I bought my Love nettle tea - It was not bought by cash or pounds, or bartered harshly across hemp sacks, in Souks awash with heat and scent.|
|Audrey Michelle||Pills - Overdosed By Prescription. A Poem Written By Audrey Michelle - Pills discusses the effects of prescription drugs and the facade they create. Though necessary, the user is forced to wonder who they are beneath the medication.|
|Audrey Michelle||Surviving Insanity - I once tried to kill myself...|
|David Bedworth||An Ending Corner - My fellow suns are on the wane|
|Matthew Vossler||Is it lucky to be here? - At the end of an age, Is it lucky to be here?|
|David Bedworth||A Poem: Eudora - A poem of pending events on the eve of the Second World War|
|Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)||Poets Are Our Shamans - The reason vampires are always in vogue is because we encounter them. All of us have left the company of certain people feeling we have just donated a bit too much blood in an uncertain cause.|
|Joey Liam||A Poem about Enlightenment - Here is an original poetry about enlightenment written by J. Liam.|
|Christine Stoddard||Lesbian Tea Party - A poem about the forbidden romance between a female student and female teacher...|
|Christine Stoddard||Our Little Johnny - A poem about a very morbid little boy|
|Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo||Rhythm in Rhyme - Words in Music
Jam poetry with sounds|
|Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)||Poets More Informative Than Anchormen - I admire the very first poem, "Magic Carpet Editions,` of Barbara Louise Ungar`s Thrift inordinately. |
|Matthew Vossler||Recalling Summer - Summer Nights and starry lights, Full Moon rising sweet smells of flora, Aquarius this one, its lightning strikes.
|Ed Roberts||The Words of Others - After each poem I keep on my poetry site there is a place where poeple can leave a comment on that poem.|
|Basanta kar||Citizen: A Poem - The Unfold Pinnacle: Giving marginalised Indian women a voice through poetry.
This poem is from my third pre-published collection of poems-The Unfold Pinnacle, written on real life stories on most marginalised women in India.|
|Joey Liam||An Ode to My Beloved Preacher - A special poem I'd written for my beloved Preacher in support and recognition of his struggles and labor for the gospel of Christ.|
|Mark Frederic Jennings||Holy Blue Fire Burn - poem I wrote about a year ago about the kingdom of God|
|SOP newswire2||Don't Miss it! Djelloul Marbrook to Read His Poetry "Far from Algiers" - Djelloul Marbrook will read his poetry at the next program in the Poetry on the Loose Reading/Performance Series. |
|Ed Roberts||Empty Cans - Look across my one-room apartment|
|Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)||Poetry: Torn Curtains Blowing - Houses war to keep what happens in them from suck and blanch
|SOP newswire2||57 Selections - The order finally arrived, an audio CD,
complete with 57 selections, all on one side.|
|Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)||With The Letter H... - A short thought perhaps worth pondering.|
|Ed Roberts||Silence: For those who have lived this and survived - Though this poem may seem ripped from today's headlines I have been trying to write it for nearly two years now.
Like most of my poetry, |
|Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)||How Do You Dream? - A Poem About Dreams.
|Darren LaMontagne||Invincible Death - I reached a milestone today. It`s a landmark that happens only once in person`s life, if they are lucky enough. |
|Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo||"Permit US take you from the PAST into the PRESENT passing through the FUTURE - He holds that all rules in the arts can be overruled, if the product paves the way for more HARMONY in the TRINITY of the MIND, BODY & SOUL.|
|Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo||Tears of Different Colors - Tears of different colors, Weeping green, that`s what it`s reflecting, Somewhere, far-wide is jubilating Red. |
|Juliet Maruru||Gold-Digger Poem finalist on Poetry Soup - A poem by juliet Maruru previously published on www.thesop.org and submitted to the Poetry Soup Contest of September 2008 was a finalist and on the feature page for a while....|
|Juliet Maruru||Don't Miss it! 'Cut off my Tongue' Poetry Performance in Nairobi - The show, previously cancelled because of riots in the City has been rescheduled for March 21 and 22, 2009.|
|Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo||If I did it? - I pray for that day where red wouldn`t be ceremony
That day where the sun will shine,
Smiling in good faith
And the rain shall clap praising.
If I did it?
Bleeding tears not for they
But for the souls lost
Vacancies which can`t be replace
If I did it
Dedicated to all those who were (have been) victims of genocides.