Corona Poetry Live

Saving Buck By Patricia Ferrari Behan

August 9, 2021

I Spilled my Coffee This Morning in my Truck, When The Car in Front of me Stopped Abrupt. The First Words out of My Mouth…

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The light By Rhonda Ceccato

August 9, 2021

The light ~ The love ~ The romance. The dance ~ so intoxicating to all. But wait ~ the music changes. A tune ~ you…

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Sweetness by Julie Williams

August 9, 2021

She asked if I take sugar in my tea. The look that came next went through me like a bullet. Her words above her like…

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Submission by DK Linda

August 9, 2021

I can feel her everywhere deep inside with just a thought There’s something about her kiss And how it melts my heart I can shake…

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Sweet and sour Caroline Jamison

August 9, 2021

Lying hidden alieanated Truthfulness is sweet Sour is Unrevealed Honesty Transparency Barely in sight Loser Fell Sunk Mired by concrete steel Pain Stirs Coming Hope…

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So sweet Susan Byrnes

August 9, 2021

I think it is sweet When the rain falls But I don’t have to get wet When I think of people I used to know…

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WHO WROTE THIS? Nostalgia

August 9, 2021

I collect them patiently one by one with care To give to the night with no trace Of sweet memories held within my mind When…

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Victory in the Glory By Kristi Kirby

August 9, 2021

Unburying the four That don’t encourage me Anger,shame, guilt, and blame Rebuilding this new mainframe With confidence Through the brokenness Wreckage Wasteland Holding this heart…

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Hen by Laura Merritt

August 9, 2021

Brooding over her nest. The eggs in her nest haven’t had a peep Intact shells with many a crack over a long past. Deprivation of…

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Sweetness By Fiona Goodwin

August 3, 2021

It’s a parcel on my doorstep from you who has never met me, It’s a Facebook photo of brave women laughing and loving No longer…

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A New Rhythm By Kristi Kirby

August 3, 2021

Kicking up stones and Plumes of dust clouds Along another dirt trail Feeling warm winds upon my Face This isn’t a race Gaining the beauty…

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STORM & THUNDER by Annsofi Hjärtström

August 3, 2021

Listening to the Storm & Thunder outside Thinking of the Storm & Thunder I carry within The life long one The one that has scared…

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How to make your life sweeter By Fiona Goodwin

August 2, 2021

I want to make my life much sweeter It doesn’t come naturally to me I think that’s what grandmothers are for They’ve given up perhaps…

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Goodbye Dad by Caroline Jamieson

August 2, 2021

We nursed him to his passing. Listened as his frail body Inhaled Exhaled Hand on thumping heart Then it stopped Gone Just like that My…

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Space , the Unforeseen  Journey by Maria M. Consiglio

August 2, 2021

Space is a very complex thing.  At times we want it at times, it just becomes one of those things, in the air, absent, really…

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Uncharted territory By Fiona Goodwin

July 28, 2021

Uncharted territory Is when I try out A new version of me Carefree, unfettered by any view you may have of me I knew I…

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SEARCHING by Laura Merrit

July 28, 2021

Seven or eight years old. Getting saved at the Baptist Summer Revival. Bow you head now and recite this prayer. Not sure I believe I…

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Untitled By Kristi Kirby

July 28, 2021

Stars above A distance of light Heart beating Through the hurt Given a compass and A map Studying this new pattern Uncharted and unknown Things…

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Lost and Found by Patricia Ferrari-Behan

July 28, 2021

I said yesterday that I lost you. This was just not true. You are here with the wisdom that you have taught me. The Love…

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Space by Fiona Goodwin

July 26, 2021

There is space between each day It’s called nighttime There is space between each love It’s Called recovery There is space between each thought It’s…

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