Corona Poetry Live

ANNUNCIATION by Willow Aubrey

April 29, 2020

The angels won’t have it They say. Same sex love is a travesty A sin which God In His majesty Cannot tolerate. So watching angels…

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NEVER IN by Jacqueline Conroy

April 29, 2020

I never knew there was a word, a box to fit in, how absurd! I kissed the girls and fell in love, this feeling fitted…

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DONT QUIT by John Greenleaf Whittier Sent in by Natasha Dawn Lark-Rigby

April 29, 2020

When things go wrong as they sometimes will, When the road you’re trudging seems all up hill, When the funds are low & the debts…

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CHURCH MOUSE by Jill Schoenemann

April 29, 2020

(describes the experience of many LGBTQI churchgoers) Oh the joys I have seen – Marriages, baptisms, seemingly happy people. People usually do not see me,…

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PURRFECTLY PUT by Patricia Ferrari-Behan

April 29, 2020

This Morning When I Rised I Was Feeling So Energized Then Something I Read Made Me Want To Go Back To Bed My Faithful Friend…

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FOLLOW GODS PLAN by Rupert (Fiona’s younger brother)

April 29, 2020

A young monk who was weary of hessian Harboured dreams of becoming a thespian He said, ‘Brothers, if we can, We must follow God’s plan!…

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BLEACH WONT FIX THIS by Fiona Goodwin

April 28, 2020

You can never get white things white again Not really. I put my sneakers in the washing machine With bleach, (That’s after I took a…

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SOCIAL DISTANCING By Adrienne Parks

April 28, 2020

Too far away Too far Any distance, even a breath is too far. It is more than an offense to be without you. Across the…

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WELCOME to Corona live poetry left coast lesbian lunch in bed with Fiona free therapy show by The real Kelly Ann Conway who lives in South Africa!😁

April 28, 2020

(Thank you for making the world a little smaller and humanity a little more connected) The poets are serving Manna bread and honey mead come…

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BEING MET by Paula Chase

April 28, 2020

To be met takes total surrender and I have moved with caution , control and contraction for most of my life . To let go…

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THE ROYAL ’OUI’ by Rupert – Fiona’s younger brother

April 28, 2020

An Assyrian called Nebuchadnezzar Was feeling “under ze wezzar” His queen said, “Fiona Will Ward off Corona” If you tune in to ‘A Very British…

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SUNSHINE TODAY by Patricia Ferrari-Behan MA Pittsfield

April 28, 2020

(Praying that my mother will one day be able to enjoy her garden again) The Sun Is Shining And The Grass Is Wet I Am…

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SINGING ACAPELLA by Elizabeth J Haist

April 28, 2020

It is hard work with this skeleton crew No taskmaster of time No overseer except uncertainty Some of us on our balconies Lyrical and true…

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THE SICK ROSE by William Blake Sent in by Caroline Ingarfield

April 28, 2020

O Rose thou art sick. The invisible worm, That flies in the night In the howling storm: Has found out thy bed Of crimson joy:…

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THE CLOSET by Fiona Goodwin

April 27, 2020

I’ll call her Jean She’s never had a girlfriend She’s 80. She lives near me. Who decided Jean should live out her days alone? Jean…

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TWIXT LOVE & LAUGHTER by Carrie Pemberton- Ford

April 27, 2020

A Mermaid came to me Siren of great beauty she swam in waters blue, And sang her song Of grave surrender. So beautiful – a…

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IT WAS LONGER ON PAPER by Laura Merritt

April 27, 2020

What if I wrote down every thing that came into my head Like a short story I once read. Stream of conscious without any controls.…

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BEHIND THESE WALLS by Denise Comtois

April 27, 2020

And behind these walls. Where the madness crawls confusion fills my mind. Where time passes slow and the feelings grow that I may forever be…

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BELIEVE IN YOURSELF by Patricia Ferrari-Behan Pittsfield MA

April 27, 2020

I Left My Job Last Year That I Had For 25 Years 2019 Was Full Of Just So Many Tears I Will Always Be Grateful…

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SLEEPLESS by Bren Interlandi

April 27, 2020

Dawn brings a melancholy ending to my intimate gathering of friends, Darkness & Overthinking. She interruptes Night that brought us Jasmine Tea, Cozy Blankets and…

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