Corona Poetry Live

ANECDOTE by Patricia Whittle

April 19, 2020

I too had some pretty strange experiences in the UK. When i was around 10 my friends and I were playing under the Palace pier…

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INVISIBLE ENEMY by Mary Gubata

April 19, 2020

We never thought we would ever see this day, The world paralyzed, at home we must stay. We are at war with an invisible enemy…

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OH MY COUNTRY by Andrea Stone

April 19, 2020

Oh my country Oh my world I miss you so I long for your touch to hear you breathe out of breath Tasty salty sweaty…

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PERSPECTIVE unknown author from Enne Michael

April 19, 2020

WE ARE NOT IN THE SAME BOAT … I heard that we are all in the same boat, but it’s not like that. We are…

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HALFWAY DOWN by AA Milne from the 1924 collection “When we were Very Young”, Sent in by Rupert Finch

April 19, 2020

Halfway down the stairs Is a stair Where I sit. There isn’t any Other stair Quite like It. I’m not at the bottom, I’m not…

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TOO CLOSE, NO MASK by Fiona Goodwin.

April 18, 2020

You don’t care about me Lululemon And I’m not taking out on you because you’re slim And you don’t care about me Mr Adonis When…

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OLD BONES By Adrienne Parks

April 18, 2020

I love old bones Tumbling stones in our red rock river They glisten. Wet. I listen. Moans made in sweet sleep Aroused in the dark…

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POETRY WONT WORK TODAY by Sabine Lehmann

April 18, 2020

Today I think no poetry will serve enough to make us feel better Tomorrow maybe but unlikely Maybe next week or the week after Also…

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THIRTY SECOND THOUGHTS by Patricia Behan

April 18, 2020

Funny, Sad, Lonely, Healthy, Cat, Fat, Walk, Snow, Cold, Lazy, Crazy, Horny, Shower.. Not My Best But Will Have To Do My Friends Found It…

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ESCAPING by Beth Haist

April 18, 2020

The Ides of March and now everyday stretches innumerably before  and war time jargon fits ,, I hate this frontline talk because (all my loved…

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TAI CHI Ii by Beth Haist

April 18, 2020

Cut daffodils Easy sacrifices for our table Paper thin delicacies Sweet as amaretto shots In this fleeting Russian Orthodox Day The JESUS prayer intoned Too…

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IT SEEMS SO STRANGE by Irina Orza

April 18, 2020

And it seems so strange that you can still find so much time for hatred, when life is just a drop between the minute-this one…

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TO ERR IS HUMAN by Fiona Goodwin

April 17, 2020

I’ve done things and said things That haven’t always been in my interest I’ve said yes to people and places When my heart wasn’t in…

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MY MUM by Patricia Behan

April 17, 2020

This is a poem is about my mom Waltraud who is in the beginning stages of dementia/depression I Walk In The Door With My Head…

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EXISTENTIAL DILEMMA by Robin Teinard

April 17, 2020

Robin moved and started a new job in Pennsylvania two weeks before the lockdown. This is inspired by a morning walk. Gracious, tolerant, gentle and…

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WE ARE LOST by Sabine Lehmann

April 17, 2020

We are I am You are. This is the place. And I am here. You are here too. I am she. You are you. We…

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SITTING by Siggie Cohen

April 17, 2020

Sitting on my front porch knitting, My slowly dying dog is calmly sunning in between occasional terror-like wakings, not your kind of night terror I’m…

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DREAM TOWN by Katie Isler Lang

April 17, 2020

Dream town is the place to be anything you want to see just close your eyes and follow me to Dream Town! Images come and…

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A RHYME by Spike Milligan Sent in by Rupert Finch

April 17, 2020

Said Hamlet to Ophelia ‘I’ll do a sketch of thee. What kind of pencil shall I use? 2B or not 2B?’

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TERROR AT 3am and SUBSEQUENT SLEEP DEPRIVATION By Fiona Goodwin

April 16, 2020

A spirit came to me last night It filled me full of fear It lurked behind the bedroom door It gave me such a scare…

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