Corona Poetry Live

UNMASKING by Fiona Goodwin

July 3, 2020

Taking off a mask feels like a death Revealing something new and something that was always there but couldn’t be seen. To uncover my heart,…

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THOUGHTS by David Whyte

July 3, 2020

I have spent a good part of my life either preparing for leaving, in the act of leaving itself or being on my way to…

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HEART BROKEN By Maria Consiglio

July 3, 2020
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TO BE SEEN by Dk Linda

July 3, 2020

I don’t want words. I want indiscernible sounds instead of verbs and nouns. I want eager, ravenous fingertips igniting a nucleus- insatiably longing to absorb…

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ACHIEVEMENT AND WORTHINESS By Annsofi Hjärtström

July 3, 2020

After running into walls Over and over and over again After walking on painful paths With thorns being pressed into your skin After doubting yourself…

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A BENEFICIAL PRESENCE ON THE PLANET By Fiona Goodwin

July 1, 2020

Always think of others first Was the mantra in my home You must die to yourself Said The church (my other home) I skirted around…

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REMEMBERING by Jackie Heckford (A poem about cake!)

July 1, 2020

Remembering……. I remember the taste of you on my lips, as I see the sun kiss the sea, reminding me of frosted icing.    I…

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AMBIVALENCE By Jay Sea

July 1, 2020

The days melt into each other As day turns to night Sickness means Isolation Then comes The thinking Of one who reaches in Whose hand Has…

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PHINEAUS GAGE by Beth Haist

July 1, 2020

Phineaus Gage that’s me Without the annoying encumbrance of an iron rod through my occipital orb (well you know a Railroad tie would have been…

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LIFE TO THE FULLEST By the Venerable Tenzin Saveon

July 1, 2020

Live your life to the fullest and never stop creating it The path that began when YOU took your first breath on this Earth, is…

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MEDITATION by Fiona Goodwin

June 26, 2020

Pain and sorrow From another time Made up my mind That this is how it would always be But an invitation Arrived today To a…

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“A Little Bit Of Heaven?” by Di Klepac

June 26, 2020

She was gloomy within Blank on the surface Empty and foolish Sad and alone But i was always there for her But somewhere within The…

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AVOIDING THE PAIN by David Kwak

June 26, 2020

What we do to avoid the pain: We look at ourselves as 3rd person’s twice removed for which we are chemicaly altered and soothed. With…

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TIME by DK Linda

June 26, 2020

“Time, thus far, has been merely a measure of steps successfully navigated—one beguiling, sometimes treacherous rung at a time. The silence within the moments of…

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Green Grey Tuesday by Annsofi Hjärtström

June 26, 2020

Watching the soft summer rain Pouring down with grace from above Cleaning up the dirty world From inequality and shame Listening to it While sorrow…

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A WORK IN PROGRESS by Beth Haist

June 26, 2020

Say Our Name Fiona came Funny, sweet Soul-giving Venerating Hope & Joy While sharing Presence. We showed up Heart Ablaze Hilarious and Sweet. Vicky Garvey…

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A NAMELESS FACE by Rosella Gomez

June 26, 2020

I have beome a nameless face invisable to the human race my tears are empty flowing streams of backward foolish dreams of trying to fit…

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BEING TRANSGENDER by Anne Lee

June 26, 2020

Being transgender defines it’s own loneliness. The pain of being transgender is almost indescribable. The loneliness, the sadness, the guilt, the shame, the anger, the…

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Day To Treasure by Jen Curry

June 26, 2020

Gifts to treasure Bring so much pleasure. If we do not measure The weight of a feather. Come sit by me and be free. Underneath…

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WRITTEN BACKWARDS by Fiona GOODWIN

June 24, 2020

A very British lesbian Is written on my mug You can’t see that it’s written backwards It’s so you can read it Cos the camera…

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