Corona Poetry Live

MY MASK CAME OFF by Julia Williams

May 8, 2020

My mask came off at 19. 40 years later I wear another mask. I’m still hiding but from a different sadness and I’m not the…

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HIYA WALL by Rupert (Fiona’s younger bro)

May 8, 2020

If you have a roof over your head The chances are there are walls Supporting that roof They help keep out the noise Of the…

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SKIN AND BONE by CJ

May 8, 2020

It’s dark but got moonlight I want to have you here It’s just a dream a lusting for someone I can never be with.. A…

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WRECKING BALL By Laura Merritt

May 8, 2020

I visualize a wall through a fog. Just realized yesterday. Fog the new emotion. Hard to see myself with clarity. I must give up trying…

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SEPARATED BY A WALL by Beth Haist

May 8, 2020

My roommate with no name I share a bed with him and his wife Separated by a wall Is tearing through on a riding mower…

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LOVING this Me! By Lisa Johnson

May 8, 2020

This thigh-baring in public dyke. T-shirt: Legends Are Born In April (fuck yea we are) Compression socks poking from tops of well-worn slouch boots Me.…

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THE BOX By Billie Sheara

May 8, 2020

It’s been a long journey.  I was stuck for countless years.  But I have learnt it’s not the start in life that counts, it’s not…

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HISTORIC SNOWSTORM IN MAY? by Patricia Ferrari-Behan

May 8, 2020

Bring It On Mother Nature Let It Snow Out My Door When It Clears Up It Will Be Springtime Once More I Hope We Get…

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THE RELIGIOUS SILENCE by Jill Schoenemann

May 8, 2020

The selfish religious righteous Oh to tell the scathing story of silence Ignore the words Ignore the conversation starters If they don’t acknowledge what you…

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LIPSTICK by Bren Interlandi

May 8, 2020

When I was in my twenties, I began wearing lipstick for the first time to prepare for an interview to become an Account Executive for…

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Untitled by Fiona Goodwin

May 8, 2020

I thought about you last night, Your touch, your tyranny, You weren’t supposed to be the one, Everything about it was wrong, But I chose…

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A NEW PATH FORMED OF FIRE by Rosella Gómez

May 7, 2020

A different kind of poem. No rhyme, just Words. Words that come from the depths of my soul. As I lay here all alone with…

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WALLS by Lynn Finch

May 7, 2020

Walls are what we break through to get me and to you. And you to me. To get to them and to all of us…

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MY STARRY NIGHT by KIrsten B Tucker

May 7, 2020

For too long a time, I became mired within Tumultuous emotions drowning, raised by fears and doubts. The unknown, once was a wonder, eliciting excitement…

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ESCAPE FROM UTAH by Fiona Goodwin

May 5, 2020

A five-year-old boy Presumably tired of lockdown Had a dream He took the family car On the freeway And headed for California. This .was no…

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A BURNING LESSON by Rosella Gómez

May 5, 2020

In the midst of losing my home And feeling so all alone I opened my door with helping hand Unknowing what I was to withstand…

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WILL IT EVER END By ‘Rebecca’

May 5, 2020

Your fingers wander over curves that have yet to form, finding place that I’ve always claimed my own Stolen flesh you raid, pillaged, and left…

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INNER FATUATION by Beth Haist

May 5, 2020

My monk has dropped his beads His cup is left overturned in the dirt His robes drop Alas reality R e a l i t…

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STRENGTH by Beth Haist

May 5, 2020

My watch is squeezing my wrist Leaving a ribbon of red Indentations of time we shared Constricting and expanding Moments I float around Amorphous until…

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COCONUT SPRINKLED ON THE WATERMELON by Fiona Goodwin

May 3, 2020

I was miserable Till I saw you Really saw you Sure, I knew you were there But finally on the last day You came into…

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