Corona Poetry Live

I’m taking back my mind by Fiona Goodwin

September 20, 2021

I’m taking back my mind that got hijacked on the way I drew conclusions about myself young From the cold stares and the air of…

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Kalamazoo by Beth Haist

September 20, 2021

What does it mean to possess this moment? Is it in the swayback of the trail When you taste the iron of your breath? But…

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Navigator By Kristi Kirby

September 20, 2021

She struck a match Lit the lamp Drew in a breath Experiences compassion A lovely expression Flashing On her face Time to take on the…

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Untitled by BJ PARKS

September 20, 2021

When you can’t look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark

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LITTLE LESBIAN LOVE POEM By Karen Christa Marie Minns

September 20, 2021

Last night your cat sat curled like dead leaves, against your back. Her coat stippled, orange and black, colors on the white spread I cannot…

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To Mend by Debbie Carrier

September 20, 2021

The times are frail; as they come dodging back in racing back in like a speeding bullet ready to be free. It’s hard to feel…

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Nine eleven by Jen Curry

September 20, 2021

Nothing missing Everything absent. Reminiscing baskets, full of fragments. All is present. Nothing missing. Thanksgiving who’s forgiving? 9/11 spent in heaven. Frequent torment. Grave decent.…

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Discomfort by Fiona Goodwin

September 20, 2021

This lady has found a way not to see, To carve out an oasis of calm She declares this her safe zone. She shuts out…

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(UN)COMFORTABLE  by Annsofi Hjärtström

September 20, 2021

The discomfort Of the unfamiliar comfort Arising during the uncomfortable Healing journey Which started Because of a comfortable Survival mode Created from uncomfortable Loneliness The…

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In the Distance by Tatiana Romero Rua

September 20, 2021

What if I am sure of my love for you? 100% safe There is not a day that I do not wake up feeling that…

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Joy by Kristi Kirby

September 20, 2021

Wrapped in dignity Held by strength Woman of change Now feels Calm delights Strands Velvet ribbons In her hands Healthy A joyful heart from The…

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Guilty Pleasure by Karen Minns

September 20, 2021

In all the world to write that, tonight. Conjuring water In the middle of the room; stars in their winter fields; the soft scent of…

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The Sounds of Life by Kristi Kirby

September 20, 2021

Join in Giggle unconsciously Heartbeats of true Friendship The sounds of life It’s alright During difficult times More sounds will reach you Soon Love Like…

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Noticing nature by Maria M. Consiglio

September 20, 2021

Fall is near as the nighttime breeze gently blows over you , while you sleep. You hear the owls who who-ing  their nightly songs calling…

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Be gentle with yourself by Debbie Carrier

September 20, 2021

Be gentle with yourself Time comes and goes Ebbs and flows Like sand in an hourglass Lately that’s the message The sands of time Swirling…

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America’s most liveable city By Fiona Goodwin

September 14, 2021

If you were a city would you want to live there? Would there be parks and trees and wide open spaces for reflection. Is there…

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Untitled by Nelson Madela

September 14, 2021
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Awaking thoughts by Maria M.Consiglio

September 14, 2021

As I watched the memories of Sept 11. It apparently stirred up a lot of memories for me.  I woke up in a panic At…

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Gaining Freedom By Kristi Kirby

September 14, 2021

Gaining freedom and Patience in the dark The hero Carries her sword Treasured memories flood her Mind The handler sways in time Making a difference…

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Checking In by Debbie Carrier

September 14, 2021

I’m checking in Checking in with a friend Checking on myself Checking out of my Negative spaces Checking hard On a long view Patient Kind…

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