Corona Poetry Live

Monetization of the moment By Beth Haist

July 20, 2021

A singular framing – A singular dot Held in space- Pixelled perfection, Why do some of us float? And others drown In the opulent Splendor,…

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A new version of me by Fiona Goodwin

July 17, 2021

A new version of me From the convent. (I was repressing my wants) A dialogue with Noddy. I open my heart to you, as I…

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Rainbow Trout By Kristi Kirby 

July 17, 2021

Fishing guide for Central Texas Dreams in the streams Unreserved surrender Stalking fish Waterway angler Rainbows bite A feeding frenzy Switch up the Fly Patience…

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NEW PATHS by Annsofi Hjärtström

July 17, 2021

Walked in to the woods Took a path I have not taken before ”Expect the unexpected” Someone has told me And I did A new…

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Thankfulness by Caroline Jamieson

July 17, 2021

Its late In life To find thankfulness Gratefulness A smile That adorns my face For at night now I can lay me down Without the…

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Precious Gems by Maria M. Consiglio

July 17, 2021

At some point in our lives we realize yes we are all made up of precious gems in the rough, a very raw place. Created…

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Evolutionary swimming by Jennifer Curry

July 17, 2021

Resting while floating, unloading. Smooth methodically stroking. Water caressing, surface, recoding. Flowing focus, gentle holding, remolding. Breathing, bobbing buoyancy Rotating side-to-side flamboyantly. Inhaling receiving rhythmic…

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A new version of me By Fiona Goodwin

July 14, 2021

Am I worthy of a new version of me? Or am I the dead sea that has nowhere to go And sits under the glaring…

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A Love Truly Stubborn By Kristi Kirby

July 14, 2021

This hungry girl Hearing new songs One like Enlightenment Compassion and Stubborn love Fits like a glove A new attitude to breathe Into This new…

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My brain fogged in by Laura Eris

July 14, 2021

I yi yi..that’s my brain fogged in. I just can’t. I just can’t, I just can’t find the topic or find the words. A flat…

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SALT water Taffy/ I still don’t know IF I belong- By Beth Haist

July 14, 2021

Except last year , At the start of this thing (this LIVE) I saw a retrofitted San Francisco trolley with Californian license plates in front…

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The sea By Maria M. Consiglio

July 14, 2021

The sea she has always Been a comfort to me. I’ve dreamed of her, sailed along side of her, on the Cali coast and in…

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Today’s Reflections by Jen Curry

July 14, 2021

A multi faceted crystal ball floats in the air. in the living room window. Exploding as sun’s rays penetrates clear transparent prisms. Rainbow color’s everywhere,…

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I didn’t mean to By Fiona Goodwin

July 12, 2021

I didn’t mean to I didn’t mean to Be someone I wasn’t. I meant to be me. I plan to be me every day But…

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ONE KISS By Beth Haist

July 12, 2021

Kalamazoo Poetry festival April I like her inflections- Her voice Sounds like waves and beaches, & campfires, Her rasp clings to her surfer girl past–…

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Honey Creek BJ Parks

July 12, 2021

Growing up on Honey Creek That’s where I learned about freedom That’s where I learned about fun We made forts in the cane break Swing…

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Manifestations by Jen Curry

July 12, 2021

The aroma from a red apple crisp candle lit with a translucent, amber fire stick. Finds a smooth thumb surface to flick upon it’s jagged…

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Son of Man By Kristi Kirby

July 12, 2021

Son of man A greater Sunshine Flying me to another Lesson Drawing happiness Another star is in me Searching Dropped into An opened river So…

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D’Artagnan by Fiona Goodwin

July 6, 2021

I had an idea of myself As Dartanian The fourth of the three Musketeers Wielding a sword Rescuing maidens Defeating injustice and untruthfulness I never…

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The Saddest Word In The Whole Wide World Is The Word Almost by Nikita Gill

July 6, 2021

“She Was Almost In Love… She Almost Stopped Her… She Almost Waited… She Almost Lived… They Almost Made It…”

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