Aug 5
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Illuminated by Todd Wilson

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Todd Wilson lives in Cameroon, West Africa. He is struck by the authenticity of the ordinary and the unifying power of spoken verse, and the status it maintains outside of the westThe post Illuminated by Todd Wilson appeared first on Every Day Poems.

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Jul 24
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Maria’s Canto – By Conor O’Neill

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Maria's Canto Bestir me, Aztec PrincessAwake me from slumbers forsakenTake me on the path to your Caribbean haven To my existence grant sense.Your mind is keen, shown by a sharp intelligenceOn your countenance, your honey skin a godly sheenIn all you'v...

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Jul 24
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Pinup Girls – By Conor O’Neill

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Pinup GirlsA pinup girl is a kind of cartoon character With a disproportionate mind and figure. She has this facial expression, the same one constantly,As if to say wow, a birthday cake, just for me?She lives in a fantasy worldIn which everyone's soul ...

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Jul 21
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Birdbrained Emotions by Jessica K. Hylton

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Jessica K. Hylton writes most of her poetry while driving. She has wrecked three cars, but she finished her dissertation.

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Jul 14
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Birthplace of the Resistance by Clara Challoner Walker

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Clara Challoner Walker, the mother of two grown up children, cast aside the corporate life in January this year, to become a writer. She divides her time between Yorkshire and The Charente, locations which have so far inspired a novel, several poems an...

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Jul 8
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Come, Beloved by Charles Bane Jr.

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Charles Bane, Jr. is the American author of The Chapbook ( Curbside Splendor, 2011) and Love Poems ( Kelsay Books, 2014). His work was described by the Huffington Post as "not only standing on the shoulders of giants

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Jul 4
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Untitled by Rebecca Bowman

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Rebecca Bowman has lived in the United States , Bolivia and Mexico. She has won awards for her short stories and plays in Spanish on the state, national and international leve

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Jun 30
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Lights Flash by Gregory T. Janetka

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Lights Flash by Gregory T. Janetka There are no intermediaries in the chasms stretching forward from the beginning to the end. The rarity of timeless mediocrity delves to youth and being and the deathless. For days and days the woman responded to littl...

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Jun 27
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The Difference Between Writing and Speaking the Words Out Loud by George Moore

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Publications include The Hermits of Dingle (FutureCycle Press, 2013), and a collection coming out this year, Children's Drawings of the Universe (Salmon Poetry, 2014). I've published poetry

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Jun 19
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Beating the Devil by Jean Varda

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Beating the Devil by Jean Varda I beat the devil last night she said fighting for her life He was right there in the room with me. I slammed all the doors and windows of myself closed. I willed my heart to keep beating. My lungs to suck in air. I am no...

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