Corona Poetry Live

PRIDE by Annsofi Hjärtström

August 5, 2022

Like an ocean of people Being themselves A machinery of Shame turning to Pride Flags waving Representation of everyone On the spectrum of the Rainbow…

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Canoe Cruising by Jen Curry

August 5, 2022

Fantasies floundered in mid summer’s heat. Passing through refreshing Adirondack waters. Landing on islands. Floating on sacred lakes. Embodying surface tension. As it gives way,…

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Early morning by Christine Kennedy

August 5, 2022

I love awakening to a sound of silence . After years of being called to wake , it’s now my choice . I am very…

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Dreaming by Maria M. Consiglio

August 5, 2022

To Dream is a wonderful state of mind. It’s a sign that one has moved from the past, In a forward motion slowly, Clumsily, curiously…

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NO SKIN OFF MY BACK by Beth Haist

August 5, 2022

Syncopated jazz It irritates as it sings- This double bass of us- Our hearts regulate. Even if we forget the passwords, The codes- This firewall…

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One On One by Terra Kay

August 5, 2022

Nothing pressing no deadlines distract my time imagination breezy citrusy fresh as fresh-squeezed lime refreshing solitude available to my whims eccentricities proclivities my coffee cold…

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Grab onto kindness by Fiona Goodwin

August 5, 2022

I’m cozying up to you today Could we talk? My feet are on the table Coffee brewing I am percolating someone who is carefree and…

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This Charming Night by Jen Curry

July 29, 2022

Calm content, completely spent. Descending deeply softly slowly down upon the mysterious mattress of careless air. Capricious clouds scatter no need to customarily count them…

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I am in thought by Christine Kennedy

July 29, 2022

Instead of rushing through life I have taken on a new posture of time . I am meandering in a moment . How blissful it…

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STANDING TALL by Annsofi Hjärtström

July 29, 2022

No muting No diminishing No blaming Of myself I did not let myself get dragged down into their dark hole of emptiness People with grey…

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UNLIKELY PAIRINGS OF THE ZODIAC by Karen Marie Christa Minns

July 29, 2022

You were born a Tiger. It is reflected in your piercing, noble eyes. Your hair streams shades of fire: orange and gold, flashes of silver.…

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Elevate And Heal by Kristi Kirby

July 29, 2022

The mother and Son Have a deep Love Mutual respect for One another Dynastic promise Taste the words Steadfast love Will never be Withdrawn Faith’s…

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I am into popsicles dropped by Beth Haist

July 29, 2022

I am into Popsicles dropped I am into you Fun bright young screaming now I am in to you I am into chotskies Independent Radio…

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When you appear by Fiona Goodwin

July 29, 2022

When You appear I will throw a lasso around your waist Kidnapping made legal An ethical way to not be alone When you appear I…

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Sound Bathing by Jen Curry

July 22, 2022

Baptized! by a babbling brook. flowing melodic chants. For summer’s … slender transparent souls. Dressed in apparitional white. Under thundering currents of rock and a…

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Corn Sweat by Laura Merritt

July 22, 2022

The fields lay beneath a haze conjured by thousands of living emerald stalks of maize. Yet green in the July heat. Respiring breathe in mosture…

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ORDINARY MAGIC AFTER READING EMILY DICKINSON IN THESE BURNING DAYS by Karen Marie Christa Minns

July 22, 2022

You are clinging to Ordinary these days, You say. Foxgloves, butterflies, clouds and blue skies. The simplest ways. But Love, there is poison in blossoms,…

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RESPITE by Beth Haist

July 22, 2022

In the white flags of smiles, I pause- In the white linen, Pressed sheets- I breathe- In your hip, Just above your thigh, That lovely…

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Glow Of Love by Kristi Kirby

July 22, 2022

Lights and Unimaginable Feats Caught in the middle Of life’s storms The freedom to Choose Divine Grace Yet I am Always with you Perfumers Many…

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I Have A Choice by BJ Parks

July 22, 2022

About the time I got comfortable Along comes these good ole boys Rearranging my “what I can do, what I should do and What I…

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