Poetry

20 Feb 19
Rochford Press

The End of the Line is an animated collection, bristling with the varied perspectives, moods, and colours of Jones’ consciousness and ‘voice’. Jones was an impressive raconteur and his distinctive physical voice echoes through the pages. The poems shift easily from the social/political agora to the deeply personal, to contemplative, spiritual/cosmic dimensions. He investigates individual […]

20 Feb 19
Iskratom

Ahaha! Got you bitch! Now that we’re a little buzzed we’re primed up to write this shit out. The only way to finish this unusually good day. Got some retweets and a good convo with prof lussier and did i think well on the latino politics essay despite not studying at all I also bought […]

20 Feb 19
A thought a day

I wish my life could just be eating out and going to poetry readings and writing about it all.

20 Feb 19
wordsadda

Book name : A book of my poems Author name : Apurva Tupdale Book pages : 45 Description : That moment when the excruciating pain in your heart is yearning to elude or when the mind is jumbled with thoughts you cannot possibly fathom; it is an anxious plea from your soul to be heard […]

20 Feb 19
Best of the Internet and Social Media

Just discovered my grandmother wrote poetry, she wrote this one when she was 17 in 1937. Buy my popular “Angry Gorilla Meme” Shirt by clicking on the image or the link below: Angry Gorilla Meme Shirt

20 Feb 19
Lacy ace Book reviews

Hunter by name – Hunter by nature: DI Hunter Wilson will not rest until his friend’s death is avenged. DI Hunter Wilson is called to the scene of a murder. He is shocked to find the victim is his friend and colleague, George Reinbold. Who would want to harm the quiet, old man? Why was […]

20 Feb 19
The History Pit

Roland Enmarch, University of Liverpool What began as an expedition to record the inscriptions of ancient Egyptian quarry workers produced a remarkable discovery about the Great Pyramid at Giza. My colleagues and I in the Anglo-French joint archaeological mission to the ancient quarry site of Hatnub recently revealed the existence of a well-preserved haulage ramp […]

20 Feb 19
ron marcus lyrics blog

MUSIC HAS TO BE MY VOICE Music has to be my voice But I don’t know how to play I do have a kick ass band And plenty of words to say. So now I share my lyrics Through the fingers of this band The spirit’s invocation Is now playing through their hands. Within this context there flows Great improvised energy Turning my […]

20 Feb 19
The Floating Thoughts

Guest Post – Adhuri Talim by Shelly Shukla

Check out the latest hindi poem by our guest

20 Feb 19
Sulaiman Hafeez

Your reflection in the huge mirror by the dresser, I can see you look at me with sideway glances, When you put on that silver dress with laces, One that accentuates your silhouette, Apply your coral matte lipstick, Wear earrings that dangle about hypnotically as you sway your head, And a necklace that you tie […]

20 Feb 19
Thoughts & Poetry

maelstrom the divine path might I lead, divine wrath I might reap, the divine spark to light me through this fierce storm in the wake in the pursuit of the only grace I surely fail as humans break as does my will at times will fail for all that drains my strength to find the […]

20 Feb 19
ron marcus lyrics blog

SIGN OF LIGHT A sign is flashing its neon Basking in the heat of your light It is burning with my message That all my love for you is right. The telephone ring was the tool When you reached out and called to me Ever since then love erupted And exploded into poetry. Every dream that I ever kept I was holding […]

20 Feb 19
M. W. Hagerup

By W. Hagerup ‘It’s a pity we can’t live like this permanently,’ Tom had said. ‘We can if we really want to,’ Mary had replied. And by this exchange the notion of a wish had planted the seed of an idea that grew to a seedling of firm intent and eventually developed into the white […]

20 Feb 19
Poetry & Art at the San Diego Art Institute

Jeff Walt is unable to perform at Poetry & Art this Friday. Natasha Hooper has graciously stepped in, and we are over the moon. Check out the videos of Natasha performing below. We look forward to hosting Jeff at a later date. Natasha Hooper is an international poet, spoken word artist, activist, and host currently […]

20 Feb 19
Rang 4 Clonlara

Mr Horgan really enjoyed his visit to Rang IV today. This was no small part to Fourth Class sing “The Banks of My Own Lovely Lee” so sweetly. (Even the most passionate Clare-folk can sing the Rebels’ anthem when an important occasion arises!). This was a bitter sweet moment. We presented him with a book […]