Corona Poetry Live

Shall We by Jen Curry

August 30, 2021

Shall we know each other? through, the veils of time and space, through, conditions and causes, through ever changing impermanence, through loving energy running through…

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Just Out Of Reach by Beth Haist

August 30, 2021

Daybreak was 2 hours ago. My life is heavily redacted Don’t worry about the blanks Really , Why do we need this visceral undertaking anyway?…

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Something I Never Thought I Would Do  by Caroline Jamieson

August 30, 2021

Something I never thought I would do  fly 8000 kms to the USA To cruise the highway See the great Las Angeles Hollywood Ride the…

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PEACE CORPS by Karen Minns

August 30, 2021

I never cried my blonde sister, over any of your stories. Not when the village Witch stole your pig and visited, later, with it as…

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The CPAP machine By Fiona GOODWIN

August 29, 2021

Dear CPAP machine I wrestled with you last night, Your vellcro in my hair Others say you’re great in bed Just that you take some…

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A Poem about Stash By Starlene Rankin

August 29, 2021

a little something about stash and me 

roll away the dew 
plays in background 
jerry’s incredible guitar licks 
penetrate my body 
and the candle light…

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A poem of truth By Helen Halldin

August 29, 2021

Meeting you whoever you might be Your inner space with all your energies, feelings and the walls you so carefully built. It all crashed down…

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Deep blue river musings by Debbie Carrier

August 29, 2021

I’m crazy; cause I wonder what your fingers feel like Your fingertips The soft parts of your palm Your lifelines and your creases that are…

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Educating the Soul By Kristi Kirby

August 29, 2021

Infinity These molecules Electricity Receiving daily Educating the soul Assurance Stars of today Labor of love Good works Shine the clearest Light Humility can be…

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The light of truth by Anne Lister

August 29, 2021

With all my faults, Heaven grant me still the virtue of sincerity; and though I walk through many a darksome shade of folly and remorse,…

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Invisible conservatorship by Fiona Goodwin

August 23, 2021

No wonder I ended up in a convent Where sensual pleasure Was banned I adopted the rules of others And followed what they had planned…

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WHAT IT IS By karen marie christa minns

August 23, 2021

Freud or somebody said “Writers write for three reasons: fame, fortune and the love of beautiful women.” I remember you telling me that, gliding like…

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Take me out beyond the breakers by Debbie Carrier

August 23, 2021

Take me out beyond the bobbing, floating markers that say “stop! Don’t go any further” Take me out beyond the breakers Putting the breaks on…

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Moments of Movement by Jen Curry

August 23, 2021

Shedding pounds of protection. Fading fears, fly away into the light of transformation. Swimming with floating memories Dissolving into synchronized strokes. Movement becomes liberation. Spirits…

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Sin of the Heart By Kristi Kirby

August 23, 2021

Son of the heart Says Sin of the heart I Clutch my chest Hand over heart Sin of the heart Comes flooding out Like black…

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The natural woman By Maria M. Consiglio

August 23, 2021

The natural women is such a delight, she can sort her self out. All of the questions not questions anymore. She can dress the part,…

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The magic of the red bra By Fiona GOODWIN

August 17, 2021

Yesterday, In the midst of earthquakes, Fires, and the terrified thousands escaping Kabul, I went to get my nails done, I sat in the sun,…

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A Marvel By Kristi Kirby

August 17, 2021

She emerges From the cocoon Released from the goo Knowing her true powers Unleashing the light Her skin Is transformed Blonde hair Fair A heart…

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Red bra By susan byrnes

August 17, 2021

I went looking one day For something new I wandered into a store And the salesperson Asked what did I want A red bra I…

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Ripping at the seams of time By Avery Wheeler

August 17, 2021

I think I saw you wore that red bra The one that wrapped around your frame Like firecrackers Launching us into a new dimension Strange…

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