Corona Poetry Live

Stop all the clocks By WH Auden

April 12, 2021

(In memory of Frank, beloved husband of Bernie and dear friend of Tenzin & tribe.) Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone, Prevent the…

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Word! By Kristi Kirby

April 12, 2021

What others say What comes your way Thoughts Find the message in Today Closed eyes Disappear Fears Use my vessel My own Skin Paradise Within…

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I’m not a monster, I am human by Rosella Gomez

April 12, 2021

When I find I have fallen lost in time In a place where darkness resides Where forgiveness is lost in the dark I find myself…

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Liberty By Christine Kennedy

April 12, 2021

Liberty in history is but a habitual repetition of church , and state . It does nothing for liberty. Liberation is acting without power. The…

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TO ERR IS HUMAN by Fiona Goodwin

April 12, 2021

I’ve done things and said things That haven’t always been in my interest I’ve said yes to people and places When my heart wasn’t in…

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What is a Nutter? By Kristi Kirby

April 12, 2021

What is a Nutter? Is it butter for Your toast? I like that the Most I suppose it is Found inside An avocado Why not…

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The beauty within By Fiona Goodwin

April 10, 2021

The beauty within, The essence of who I am Of who you are Buried under God knows what, Is the treasure. I get distracted at…

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Monday Musings/Imaginative Tableau By Beth Haist

April 10, 2021

Do you want me to leave a rosetta stone For others, To find and help Decipher, The rose gold Of sunrise- In the height of…

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We Crave Each Other By Kristi Kirby

April 10, 2021

A need to be With each Other We wonder We all should care and Love one another Human beings Crave Connectivity Blessed work It can…

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FRANK  By Bernie

April 10, 2021

If I could write a story It would be the greatest ever told I’d write about my darling Frank For he has a heart of…

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Everything is connected and deserving – only humans disconnect and assign hierarchy – A morning’s blessing from a passing traveler by DK Linda

April 10, 2021

My eyelids refuse to unfasten The light of the moon absent Or simply hidden behind the darkest of conspiratorial clouds I lie still, accompanied by…

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AIMLESS DRIVING by Laura Eris

April 10, 2021

Today I have completed sixty trips around the sun. An orbit path Established from the dawn of existance . When the universe burst out of…

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SMILE by Caroline Jamieson

April 10, 2021

My face contorts naturally lips, cheeks, nd eyes together In harmony With warmth in my heart Breathing rthymically without Need to use Breath work To…

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PREVIEW by Jen Curry

April 10, 2021

Future’s past, lightly hidden deep. In yesterday’s uncertain tomorrows. Lingering dark memories. Constantly changed by unfolding phenomena. Viewed within meandering minds. Not eyes, or I’s.…

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CHANGES FOR LOVE AND LIFE by Carol Wilson

April 10, 2021

Going through changes for love and life. Taking chances, making choices. Building mountains and finding their paths. Running races, losing pace. Pouring champagne – making…

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EARTHQUAKE by Fiona Goodwin

April 5, 2021

Last night was not earthshattering A pillow over my head Hoping it would stop Waiting for the after-shock There have been a series of earthquakes…

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IN THE BEGINNING by Patricia Ferrari Behan

April 5, 2021

The Beginning Of A World Wide Pandemic I Found You. One Year Ago Today You Set The Stage. Corona Live Poetry Was Born. Day By…

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SAVED BY YOU by Kristi Kirby

April 5, 2021

Numb Black and blue Nothing precious Tenderized Shattered Wasted out of mind Drinking on the job Distressed Every day and night Will it be tonight…

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MY ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY POEM by Hal Philip Walker

April 5, 2021

Has it been a year since we’ve been here? And she cast her Left Coast Tear-Soaked Luncheon spell through the computer screen? Seriously Has it…

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GRATEFUL by Tenzin Saveon

April 5, 2021

I could only be grateful when I realized that I would rather have known you for a moment than never at all. I would rather…

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