Corona Poetry Live

Mother by Fiona Goodwin

May 9, 2022

Imprinted on my mind Vanishing, fierce, Fiercely loving, Hilarious Protective, icy cold, Caring, cake making, Doing the best she could I took that mother into…

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FAMILY ON PAPER By Annsofi Hjärtström

May 9, 2022

Got a letter from the authorities On a paper In black and white It was written; ”As a relative of this person…” Relative? Are we…

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To________TEDI B. by Beth Haist

May 9, 2022

all my bobby mcgees have died or passed on In some sort of purgatory- of drinking and smoking, Reeking havoc like a centrifuge spewing all…

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Unpack by Terra Kay

May 9, 2022

So what can I do now waiting for you while the afternoon of my life has come into full view we’re not done yet you…

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EMPTY by shelly may dayze

May 9, 2022

I’m empty I’m empty I’m sure that’s what they see So closed off A bypasser In a life An existence Yes maybe that’s me But…

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A gift from the universe Mother’s Day weekend by Maria M. Consiglio

May 9, 2022

At times we never know how much we have touched the hearts and minds Of others, Sometimes the Universe sees this in such a simple…

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Women’s Liberty By Kristi Kirby

May 9, 2022

Come into the Singing Women’s liberty To the lie Awake Hold onto the Mediator Wildest stallion Rattling awhile Mother wolf Watches Muscles tense up Good…

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Ellen’s last show by Fiona Goodwin

May 5, 2022

I’m gay I’m gay I’m gay! Was her only way To be true to who she was She wasn’t perfect like me or you Let’s…

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The River By Kristi Kirby

May 5, 2022

Gathering the sunshine Imaginary Gold and orange The sunset Glistening on her skin The mountain river Tumbled down She is Tried and tested The world…

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Immeasurable In Degree by Terra Kay

May 5, 2022

What about tonight elevated love even higher to a higher threshold immeasurable in degree we danced in the backyard we burned and released our demons…

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BELTANE INCANTATION UNDER THE NEWEST LUNAR RISING by karen marie christa minns

May 5, 2022

Under the Black Moon Your Light burns only more brightly. Even at this distance, I feel your Heart Beating To the syncopation of your Finest…

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Cancel culture by Fiona Goodwin

May 1, 2022

We learnt from the best Our mums and dads Who did their best But committed crimes And sent us to our rooms For hours and…

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One Fine Day By Kristi Kirby

May 1, 2022

Her soul filled with Love Working out her Destiny Hammer and Chisel Quarried out of Mountains Piece by piece Never be broken again Catching bright…

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SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE , MAYBE EVEN SOMETHING NEW a poem by Beth Haist

May 1, 2022

I love is busking her wares again lining her pockets with riffs of color To spend ever so lasciviously on the kings that sing–creating a…

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“Every Day” by Jen Curry

May 1, 2022

Every day is a play. A play on words. A play on truth or lies. A play that sways. This way and then that way.…

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We Are Giants by Terra Kay

May 1, 2022

Sweet love imagine my uplifted joy with you beside me once more asking me to walk on the beach our bare feet in silky white…

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Shopping for Twitter By Fiona Goodwin

April 26, 2022

Elon! bring it on! Forty four billion He’s the keeper of the town square And if we dare, He says we can share The global…

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Untitled by karen marie christa minns

April 26, 2022

The evening rides A Sapphic sky: Venus and Diana rising Side by side. O cupped silver, Keeper of my Sorrow in these sad, sad times,…

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Heart song It’s A Miracle By Kristi Kirby

April 26, 2022

It’s a miracle To be alive It’s a miracle When we prevail Fighting the Good fight All light Fight of Faith Carrying happiness Last night…

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Neptune and Jupiter by Terra Kay

April 26, 2022

Surrender to this hour absorb and release the power your call to service through higher love washes over you activates within you today begins a…

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