Posts tagged ‘poets’

August 15, 2018

They say your in a better place

by Harry

Submitted by Sasha Deppen
They say your in a better place
But what the hell do they know
They say your always with me
As I shake my head real slow
There is no better place for you,

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August 14, 2018

Centre Stage

by Megha's World

We are at the center stage
hounded and cheered by the million hungry eyes
ready and pumped to get
a piece of the entertainment
of their life
to get that taste of the bloodied reality
and voyeuristic truth
we have been gulping down our throats
through all this life

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August 8, 2018


by Megha's World

Grin and bear it
bear the trickling pain
the harrowing death
which slowly reeks
from every single pore
of your body
pain and suffering
is a common trend
but empathy and care
is a phenomenon, unknown.

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August 3, 2018

An American Satire

by Harry

Submitted by Peter M Burns

The elephant sitting in a sycamore tree
Lazily peeling a banana for his tea
Pauses to wonder why ants are free
To march with banners extolling
Demands to ban pesticides that are
Harmful to them and pollenating bees.

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August 3, 2018

Guidelines for Confession

by Megha's World

“Wait for that wisest of all counselores, Time.” 
― Pericles


They say confessions
can absolve you
They can make you pure.
You will be pristine
as the seraphic soul.

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July 30, 2018

The creative well is all dried out

by Harry

Submitted by Catherine Keller

The creative well is all dried out
Hiding the truth in plain sight
Seasons change and so do we
In this dysfunctional paradise.
Another day about to be wasted
As a fading youth
Trapped within these ink-splattered pages.

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July 29, 2018

Reality ( Micro poetry)

by Megha's World


I blog at Megha’s World

July 29, 2018


by Harry

Submitted by Catherine Keller

We’re always chasing, killing and craving time
There will always be bullies
Whether it be in the sandbox
Or the Senate.

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July 27, 2018


by Megha's World

“She is a beautiful piece of broken pottery, put back together by her own hands. And a critical world judges her cracks while missing the beauty of how she made herself whole again.”

― J.M. Storm


A ball of sagging clay in your hands

taking shapes

between the ridges of your fingers

getting knead by your

bony knuckles of the long taloned hand

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July 23, 2018


by Harry

Submitted by Pratik Bose

Night after night
My city passes through
Some drowsy dark eyes..

When I die
I scarcely think
But I bleed all because of fading past

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July 20, 2018

Third party-

by Harry

Submitted by Meg eliza

Another slam poem about love right,
But the thing ill never understand is the way that your hand;
Can fit so perfectly into another’s.
that happiness is monumental but so momentary.
I don’t know maybe it’s just me or my inability to see the cracks and creases in the broken pieces of your smile.

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July 18, 2018

“Copper 2”

by Harry

Submitted by zaroffpoetry


Smells like parvo beagles

birthday money tests

bleeding from the eyes

beat up bookshelves on dressers

learning to put down live animals so they won’t suffer

life is a hard lesson

rocks in your throat

soft green green moss

so we grow to greater heights than before

and the kettle whistles

weighing down our clouds

as slingshots

just before launch

July 13, 2018


by Megha's World

“Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.”― Albert Einstein


Oh! the things I would do

to make you see my way

I’ll be calm as a pacing river

flowing gently towards its

known fate,

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July 9, 2018

Our Goodbye

by Harry

Submitted by JPhantom


I’m sitting across from a person who knows everything about me, but they feel like such a stranger
And we’re just looking into each other’s eyes, for they tell our story more than words could muster
A story that has succumb to the winds of a cold world, as frost it bites and gnaws at our weary souls

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July 7, 2018


by Harry

Submitted by meg eliza
I love you
he said softly
I could hear
only the static
behind his words
the crinkling of
a food wrapper
the running water
the shuffling feet
whatever I heard
was only just

July 5, 2018

I never felt comfortable in my own skin

by Harry

Submitted by meg eliza

I never felt comfortable in my own skin. But more that I never felt like my skin belonged to me. I always looked at myself as a vessel. A place that gets me from point A to B like I occupy it more than own it, I’m just renting here. It blows my mind that people don’t feel that way. I remember when I got my first tattoo and it was the first time in my entire life I felt that I owned my body.

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July 5, 2018

Laugh and the World laughs with you

by Harry

Submitted by  Tom Stodulka


Keep that grin on your chin and you’ll be right mate.
Said to me the other day by an old timer who, passing by, has seen a thing or two in a long life.
Keep smiling – I think my Dad said that on many an occasion.
Laugh and the world laughs with you.

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July 5, 2018


by Megha's World

“Even the most
of the stars
are taken
for granted
night after
― Veronika Jensen


My heart is 









in million pieces

it has suffered enough

no amount of assurance 

and a lesson in life 

can keep it 





How do you survive?

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June 27, 2018


by Megha's World


Soft murmurs in my soul

those fleeting whispers

which drowns the cacophony

of my tumultuous mind

a break, rip and a tear

here and there

and emotions come flying

out like the caged birds,

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June 27, 2018


by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm

Some things are hard to say
filled with deep emotions
and feelings
that are aching
in your heart

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June 26, 2018

Immigrant (Micro poetry)

by Megha's World


I blog at Megha’s World

June 24, 2018

“I Wish”

by Harry

Submitted by Priyanjali Gupta

All I ever wished for was a little wish to be happy. But now I wish that I might have well wished for another wish.
Because over the growing up years, through the childhood, the adolescent and the youth, the meaning of happiness has changed so many hands that I have lost count.

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June 19, 2018

The Hours Between

by jaybluepoems

Until We Meet Again

The hours in between the seconds freeze a life in coy suspense,
drifting softly heaps of heart and soul across the present tense,
passing in a standstill,
bowing to the better wind,
denying temporal whispers spinning dreams of time and space again…

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June 17, 2018

Strong (Micro poetry)

by Megha's World


I blog at Megha’s World

June 14, 2018

This New Kind of Feeling

by Harry

Submitted by Priyanjali Gupta


Never knew feelings could be this strong,
Never knew emotions that could pick me up, throw me around and blow me out.
Never knew this little inner voice,
Could make me murmur or make me shout.
Never knew love to have such force,
Never knew my senses could awaken this way.

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June 13, 2018

Autumn-Takes away a piece of me

by Megha's World


I stand here



those leaves on me

keeping up the

decked up pretenses

trying to satiate my

inconsolable heart

not to lose hope

and lose that spark

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June 10, 2018


by Megha's World

“Take it from glass,
take it from goblet,
else take it from my eyes,
the intoxication, you will never come out from”
― Mirza Sharafat Hussain Beigh



to the perfection

savored for all the





only to be paired with

the best

life has to offer

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June 6, 2018


by Megha's World

“The only real conflict you will ever have in your life won’t be with others, but with yourself.”

― Shannon L. Alder

everyone around me has the same prying eyes
the same question,
looming over their heads
for the eternal time

They are always in awe of me
how I have kept the held high
broken and crumbled
after the heartbreak
but still soaring in the sky

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