Corona Poetry Live

BECOMING WHOLE By Rosella Gomez

May 24, 2020

Who hears the silent crimson screams of pain It was not the one who birthed me of want Her ears were closed to any of…

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STRANGERS NO MORE by Jill Schoenemann

May 24, 2020

Once Upon Finding Fiona I wasn’t looking, but somehow I found you 🎶 Nightly a stranger on my computer screen Who are you? 🎶 Who…

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THE TALE OF A VERY BRITISH LESBIAN By Fiona Goodwin

May 22, 2020

Long long ago A brave young (old) lesbian roamed the world doing her show. Telling a tale of deceit, romance, and finally coming home Decades…

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BYRON KATIE by Beth Robbins

May 22, 2020

Life is simple.  Everything happens for you not to you.  Everything happens at exactly the right moment, neither too soon nor too late.  You don’t…

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EMBRACING THE COUGAR WITHIN by Jen Curry

May 22, 2020

Spiraling heat of the female elders surges As we dance to the rhythms of renewal. Willful amazon women Stimulates passionate power. Aspire caring field of…

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FOLLOW ME by Andrea Stone

May 22, 2020

Newly separated slippery landscape two decades of no down below buried underground She emerges like a Virgin hungry for guidance playful silly girls lost in…

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A NEW BEGINNING Rosella Gomez

May 22, 2020

They said you no longer work here I said I understand why it is this way Yet as I sit here and ponder my life…

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FALLING FOR STRAIGHT WOMEN by Jackie Heckford

May 22, 2020

AND IF, BY SOME PREORDAINED ACT OF FATE, OUR EYES SHOULD MEET, AND GAZE FOR A SECOND….IT WOULD MEAN THE WORLD, IT WOULD MEAN NOTHING.…

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NO WORDS by Anonymous

May 22, 2020

Today there are no words Just tears, silent– always quiet barely a trace falling down my face Me squirming kicking and flailing in images, that…

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BIG BROTHER by DK LINDA

May 22, 2020

Honouring the fourth anniversary of the passing of her big brother. “I somewhat understand the ebb and flow of life. As the tide washes new…

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LEAP by DK LINDA

May 22, 2020

How remarkable when two people are willing to dive into the beautiful surrender — bare and vulnerable, free from fear and doubt. When you’ve make…

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A CLEAN BREAK by Fiona Goodwin

May 18, 2020

I have to drive to Hollywood today To check on the mailbox for a friend Who moved east The post office is on Cherokee That…

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LOVE by Denise Comptois

May 18, 2020

Love she questioned of me… I know not the feeling and what it could mean.. Love I told her,It’s easy you see if I give…

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THE NARCISSIST by Lynn Finch

May 18, 2020

Can’t you see? Can’t you see? What those words have done to me? The belittling and arguing which hurt my soul, carried me almost to…

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SPRING A NATURAL APHRODISIAC

May 18, 2020

Spring a natural aphrodisiac. Cyclic rhythmic Kundalini. Surprised by the intensity of saturated sensations gently, slowly, exploring sacred femalia After all these years, why astonishment?…

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MUSINGS OF A BI-POLAR INTROVERT

May 18, 2020

This is great! I can just stay home! Shit! I need to go to the market. I can put on a mask!! I should take…

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FOR MELISSA by Amy Larson (Boston)

May 18, 2020

Grieve in your own time. Heal at your own pace. Ask your source, your angels, grandmother universe for everything you need… That it be granted…

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EARTH MOVING by Jackie Heckford

May 18, 2020

(A tribute to tribe earthmover Denise Comptois) SOMETIMES WE FEEL THE NEED TO CHANGE SPACE…MOVE OUR EARTH…..OFF WE GO, TAKING OUR SELVES AND OUR EARTH…

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EARTH MOVING by Katie Isler Lang

May 18, 2020

As for the poem about the Earth moving the only thing that came to my mind was the song Carole King made popular I feel…

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EASTERN MIDWEST LESBIAN Corona Poety While Sipping Coffee With Fiona. by Laura Merritt

May 18, 2020

Before 19 coffee was a chore. a chore of effort to speak through the detachment. Built up 3200 days. Through the curtains a dog tied…

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