Corona Poetry Live

THIS IS NOT A LOVE BOMB THIS IS WHO YOU ARE by Karen Marie Christa Minns

September 30, 2022

The Healer must first be healed. Torn open, bloodied, by the Light. Then pulled back, into the shadows, to cool. This Chosen Power, magnified. Rising.…

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I have a dream by Annsofi Hjärtström

September 30, 2022

I have a dream Of being myself Without any explanations needed Of being myself Without excuses Of being myself Without shame Of not fitting in…

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 In Another Life by Kristi Kirby

September 30, 2022

In another life You’d say hello It is so good to See you again You are my precious I’m so proud of you No matter…

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Riding our hearts by Beth Haist

September 30, 2022

As if they weren’t as delicate as daffodils In the snow, Maybe our own natural Anti-freeze Wind wisps Barreling Dust storms- All across This template…

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COVID by Fiona Goodwin

September 30, 2022

I escaped thus far Proud of my immunity and carefulness And then wham bam thank you ma’am Slain. Nights without breath 3am the time To…

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My Dear Anne Lee by Maria M. Consiglio

September 25, 2022

I want to start by saying Your courage , Tenacity, to be who you are. Living that is an honor. We lived virtually in our…

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A Golden Memory by Kristi Kirby

September 25, 2022

She arrived at Heaven’s gate Living her life As it was always meant to be Pretty in pink She was a girly classic movie So…

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LET US PRAISE THE CATERPILLAR (in honor of Dr. Anne Lee) by Karen Marie Christa Minns

September 25, 2022

Let us praise the caterpillar before the butterfly. Why? It does not reside in Beauty. It knows nothing of its Fate. In Humility it finds…

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Divine Mirror by Kristi Kirby

September 16, 2022

Flushed pink and love Her most sensitive Charisma and presence Deep thrust Her gears are Turning Called out of Darkness Unto the marvelous Light Feeling…

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If You Would Say Yes by Terra Kay

September 16, 2022

It may seem sudden but I assure you it is not my arrival the timing well thought I’m knocking at your door with a healed…

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Queen of Courage by Terra Kay

September 16, 2022

Courage is keeping promises you made to yourself in order to meet your destiny On this day all of the promises you have kept fill…

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When everything breaks by Fiona Goodwin

September 16, 2022

I pray and pray for Change I rail against stagnation And smallness But the learning Is often out of sight And mostly uncomfortable, I cannot…

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RIP Queen Elizabeth II by Kristi Kirby

September 9, 2022

Flashes of Lightning Around the Royal throne Lord God Almighty Made a rainbow Sight of heaven Offering thanks Another rainbow appeared The love was imprinted…

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Let It Sow by Kristi Kirby

September 9, 2022

Shaking herself Out of a Daydream Trying to ease the Hurt Tinge of Sadness Crooked walk In the siege Ships will come back She passed…

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Freedom by Jen Curry

September 9, 2022

Grasping upon, no… Thing. Nothing is caught. Like rain drops evaporating instantly. Burning up. In the shining misty night air. Leaving its presence. In the…

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The day I went to the dentist by Fiona Goodwin

September 9, 2022

My castle is this body With British teeth And one had to be saved the day she died The dentist was pre-warned There will be…

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ANOTHER OPINION ON TAKING SPACE by Karen Marie Christa Minns

August 26, 2022

Space is everywhere– between our organs,  our minds, our Souls, Ourselves. Already, We breathe it, It’s there. We sweat it, it’s there. We cry, silent…

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“Measuring” by Jen Curry

August 26, 2022

Space is everywhere. Full empty halves. Fractional parts, pieces, and portions. Like segmented sections of hemisphere, meridian, semicircle. Divided into component and companions. Aggregates believing…

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She Is Truth by Kristi Kirby

August 26, 2022

Soon enough Soft lips Hey now No more sadness Outside the water Her soul Greeted by wildflowers She is barefoot On the porch She is…

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Grateful by Maria M. Consiglio

August 26, 2022

A sultry night up here on the mountain. Looks like , feels like smells like yes Mother Nature may release a bit of rain ,…

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