Corona Poetry Live

Johnny Depp gets Heard by Fiona GOODWIN

April 25, 2022

The court recorder types so fast, The accusations and blasts of disappointment, I think I must be more careful About who I am when I…

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Display By Kristi Kirby

April 25, 2022

I barely summon The breath to ask I whisper to God Rooster cries Walls he will bring down I continue to watch Her sleep Have…

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Easter Free Write by Beth Haist

April 25, 2022

Passover.—I inhale the fragrance of my life, like rose petals lining cedar almost too much , how it bobs and weaves with others like lightning…

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Heiress in Paris by Terra Kay

April 25, 2022

I’d never dated a millionaire actually she was a true heiress complete with a private jet no less LAX to New York we jetted off…

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North Star of Plenty by Beth Haist

April 25, 2022

We come ashore When ready Plucked , Ripened By the Sun of intent- The Welcome Mat Brushed off- We all fit Or don’t- Floating in…

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The tenderness of tiredness by Sabine Lehmann

April 25, 2022

At night, with the lights off, she looked through the panes of glass, between the familiar gaps in the shutters. Her clothes fell on the…

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MINAMATA by karen marie christa minns (2022)

April 25, 2022

The river runs wide Our poles are alive with resting dragonflies Proud of our catch We head home Cooked fish, our Mother’s approval With full-bellied…

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Picnic with Snowman By Fiona Goodwin

April 18, 2022

The soft camembert, the baguette still warm ripped in chunks, The burgundy unlabelled from the vineyard next door, It teetered against the tree that gives…

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She Can Do That By Kristi Kirby

April 18, 2022

Moving her being The light hit the Concrete And it bounced away Spirit has not Wounded The nature of her heart Shyness and awkwardness Well…

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One day the cold will be gone By Annsofi Hjärtström

April 18, 2022

Little one – Growing in the cold Struggling To survive While the cold Keeps pouring over you Stay strong Little one You do shine I…

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“What Remains” by Jen Curry

April 18, 2022

(from caring for people with gunshot wounds and spinal injuries) Unraveling dreadful dreams like knots of warped riveted ribbons. Twisted turning in the night. Wound…

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Coming Out by Julia Williams

April 18, 2022

I didn’t want a private investigation or a public inquiry I didn’t want to know why I wanted to know when difference became unacceptance And…

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What is love By Beth haist

April 18, 2022

Not by Browning but by Beth , an elizabeth for sure But what is love if not a softening A small opening A reckoning Of…

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Not Tonight by Terra Kay

April 18, 2022

How is it after all this time my affection for you endures continues as if I fell for you just yesterday Uninvited you come into…

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Woken by your light By Christine Kennedy

April 18, 2022

In the deepest peace of sleep, I was blessed with your essence of your being . It was clearly a visit that has been memorised…

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Am I a narcissist By Fiona Goodwin

April 11, 2022

This being human I can’t believe I signed up for it The valleys, the mountains, the plains And The mundane that has always been My…

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Love’s Open Door by Jen Curry

April 11, 2022

Cheering you on, beyond, material desires. Into wild women’s womb of wonder. Surrounded by, chanting wise goddesses performing initiations, from timeless times. Living deep in…

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ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY LOVE CHOICES or A MIRROR AMONG OUR EASTER EGGS by karen marie christa minns

April 11, 2022

The Heart is the strangest organ, So often choosing the worst for our Lives: Seeking those who ignore us; Sipping polluted potions; Singing out to…

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Open Air by Terra Kay

April 11, 2022

Open doors open air clouds and breezes fill the sky move light waves through her hair She wanders through not knowing who makes a difference…

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Day of Reckoning By Rupert Finch

April 11, 2022

Has it really been two years? It doesn’t seem that long Then again, I’ve been busy Don’t ask me What I’ve been doing Maybe not…

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