Corona Poetry Live

LOCAL NEWS By Fiona Goodwin

May 29, 2020

The trumpet playing The baby crying Children playing soccer against my wall They pale into insignificance against the sound Of the pressure washing of the…

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TWELVE YEARS A SLAVE By Juliana

May 29, 2020

Heart Pounding  Tears streaming down my cheeks  Rage in my chest  Fear in my gut  I know there is more for me  Than the life…

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IT TAKES COURAGE by Jen Curry

May 29, 2020

It takes Courage (Coeur) to trust in life, to embrace the natural unfolding to experience the shadows that reveal the light. And to dance in…

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THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND By Beth Haist

May 29, 2020

Sitting at the table smoking French cigarettes Debating the efficacy of white chocolate ‘Tasteless facsimile ‘ Tenzin on her Harley- no less A Buddhist nun…

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LESBIAN MATHS QUIZ By Jen Curry

May 29, 2020

If a Lesbian came out when she was 48 years young And she had been out for 12 years How young would she be? Loved…

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UNTITLED by DK LINDA

May 29, 2020

“Running into a burning building to save the family pets, intubating the next patient without taking a break from the last one, having just lost…

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WILSON By Di Klepac

May 29, 2020

Animals fed Roof over my head Need a new bed Done… And undone Hard to have fun Arms too open Now i am coping Hoping……

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COURAGE by Jackie Heckford

May 29, 2020

It takes a lot of courage to say to those you love “I’m not the person that you thought, I’m feeling quite mixed up” “At…

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EXPRESSION V. SUPPRESSION by Anonymous

May 27, 2020

There is an assumption on my part that expression is better than suppression There is a time and place for disclosure and here in our…

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ANNE LISTER Sent by Jules Room

May 27, 2020

Anne lister wrote inside Anne Walkers bible, 1832-34 “There bends no roots so low but it may rise again. Who that has that hope which…

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Adjusted Social distancing Physical proximity. – L Word Style by Willow Aubrey

May 27, 2020

Butterfly wings languidly Beat on a distant jacaranda petal Pulse quickens Veins bulge. Blood red Juices flow. Flight. Full ripe Persimmon on shaken stem Trembles…

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My Guardian Angel by Cindi Foti 1991

May 27, 2020

The morning wakes with skies of red with ocean waves whispering “It’s time to get out of bed”. No matter what the weather, Let’s face…

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Air Conditioner Heaven by Jen Curry

May 27, 2020

Pulled the air condition out of the closet, upstairs apartment, required a small deposit. Freedom comes from simplifying. Stop your sighing, prying and crying. Start…

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A NEW WORLD by Patricia Ferrari-Behan

May 27, 2020

If You Are Ever Feeling Blue Please Know That I Am Here For You No Matter What Time Of The Day, Week, Or Year. I…

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TRIBBLES CUP by Patricia Ferrari-Behan

May 27, 2020

The Tribbles were: Star Trek Explore Galaxies Where No One Has Gone Before Star Wars A Long Time Ago… In A Galaxy Far Far Away…

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LOVE TRIANGLE by DK Linda

May 27, 2020

Her flesh colored mask allowed her to move through the world unnoticed, but not necessarily unencumbered. As time wore on she convinced herself that the…

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MEMORIAL DAY IN COVID By Fiona Goodwin

May 24, 2020

I think today Of those who lost their lives In noble service to their country, They defended us from harm And their children and mothers…

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ONE DOOR CLOSES… by Jackie Heckford

May 24, 2020

So as one door closes another one opens, we’re not always aware at the time, but when we look back at the choices we made,…

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TEMPORARY STATE OF MASKS by Maria Consiglio

May 24, 2020

Now we live in a time where we must cover our faces, All of us not just the women. Interesting, Seeing more people, Bowing their…

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TREASURES OF LIGHT by Beth Haist

May 24, 2020

Today, I can only look for ‘hidden icons’ You know , under the fray Those who Increase the volume ADD light. Change the presentation &…

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