Corona Poetry Live

HOWEVER CLOUDY MY MIND by Fiona Goodwin

March 6, 2021

However cloudy the mind However heavy the shroud No matter how the heart aches A prayer will pierce it A shaft of light will make…

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SPRING IS ON MY MIND by Annsofi Hjärtström 

March 6, 2021

Four months of hibernation 140  hours of sun 20 nuances of grey The tunnel of darkness Entered end of October Now I see the light…

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THE SPIDER AND THE BLADE by Jen Curry

March 6, 2021

Weightless swift unbridled thought. Watch how candlelight is caught. Sparks fly off from an empty blade. Watch how a spider parades. Two pairs of legs…

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PHOENIX BIRD by Kristi Kirby

March 6, 2021

Buried in flames And ash After the fiery combustion of my Burning heart I rise above the Flames I soar through the Fire elements below…

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THE PASAGE by Juliana Harkavy

March 6, 2021

For context, the poem is about being presented with the opportunity to face ourselves and decide who we want to be. If we want our…

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LADDERS by Avery Wheeler

March 6, 2021

Spiraling down the rabbit hole Of lives lived a 1000 times how deeply those words took like a phrase from a nursery rhyme Yet, I’m…

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MY LIGHT IS STRONG by Rosella Gómez

March 6, 2021

In the light of day she seems so real In the darkness of the night her truth is real She becomes the dark within her…

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MY CHILD by Susan Byrnes

March 6, 2021

My voice screams In my songs Sometimes it belongs My fear is woven to my bones Sometimes it won’t leave Me alone My voice is…

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PHENOMENAL WOMAN by Maya Angelou

March 6, 2021

Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I’m not cute or built to suit a fashion model’s size But when I start to tell them,…

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PEACE IN THE UNKNOWN by Kristi Kirby

March 1, 2021

A peace in the not Knowing A path in the Dark A cave of wonder Inside Silent sounds Mind clear Freedom in my new Home…

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THERE IS A STRING by Maria M. Consiglio

March 1, 2021

There is a string that holds us together, past, lives, future lives and the present. To Ignore those things, exist Is to not be willing…

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MY SPIRIT IS ON A JOURNEY by Annsofi Hjärtström

March 1, 2021

I was told this morning That my spirit is present In a small town in Texas, USA That is very far away From where my…

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WHAT IS THE GREATEST GIFT? by Mary Oliver

March 1, 2021

What is the greatest gift? Could it be the world itself — the oceans, the meadowlark, the patience of the trees in the wind? Could…

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We were once complete strangers by Fiona Goodwin

March 1, 2021

We were once complete strangers And now we are friends That’s what a friend is Someone who didn’t exist And yet somehow there they are…

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CABBAGE & BONES by Beth Haist

March 1, 2021

This morning I woke to the sounds of melting snow through the eaves, I sat for awhile watching the water hit the the ground ,…

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BEYOND THE NOTHING by Tela Louise

March 1, 2021

After the Shame despair the why the where wondering in the dark cast yours eyes upon a shooting star shifting mountains looming slipping on the…

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BECAUSE OF YOU by Venerable Tenzin Saveon

March 1, 2021

Because of you I breathe, you exhale with relief I smile, your world is calm I am quiet, you listen to what isn’t said I…

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SACRED REMINDERS by Elizabeth McCain

March 1, 2021

Each of us wears a different face But aren’t we all the same? Drawn together by our connection to the Great Source, Or to our…

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SOME DAYS by Fiona Goodwin

March 1, 2021

I do life Some days Better than others. I’m told All I need is: ‘Something to do Something to love Something to believe in’ But…

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A LUXURY by Kristi Kirby

March 1, 2021

It is always a beautiful Day When Patricia Ferrari-Behan Walks our Way A luxury A gift to us all Her benevolent heart Hosts a temple…

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