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Sarah's Frightmare 18h
Just entered a Poetry Contest. Wish me Luck!
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TS Eliot Apr 21
Then spoke the thunder
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Miss Ross 4m
Reading and coding poetry elements this week!
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Jon Winokur 7h
I always forget how important the empty days are, how important it may be sometimes not to expect to produce anything. MAY SARTON
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Seven Shepherd โœ๏ธ 1m
"They shall bear thee up in [their] hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone." ~Psalms 91:12
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Ami J. Sanghvi (Yugi Boi) ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ’€ (#amwriting?) Apr 21
I'm a little broke rn, but it's time I created this thread. , drop your /poetry book links here. Shamelessly self-promote your work, and give your some exposure, guys. You deserve it. ๐Ÿฅฐ
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T.T.Shagufta Hussein Apr 22
Replying to @inkandsword18
thank you for publishing 3 poems in Issue 12, April, 2019. congratulations to the fellow poets and writers.
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Jessie Lynn McMains 8m
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Seven Shepherd โœ๏ธ 3m
"Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name." ~Psalms 91:14
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Seven Shepherd โœ๏ธ 4m
"He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I [will be] with him in trouble; I will deliver him, and honour him." ~Psalms 91:15
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Homegirl Project Apr 22
Our writer Fatima Rizwan interviewed 18-year-old feminist poet Vaneeza, who is not just a poetess but a willful global citizen wanting to make a change for the people around her. Illustration by Meena Rakasi Full interview here:
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๐ŸŒผ Monique Apr 23
I believe in the solace of dawn dismissing yesterday's training wheels anticipation of a new day impending moments it all seems surreal concealed are familiar feelings scheduled to see me again a new page is turning I belong to eternity
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Matabu Apr 23
I reach with clumsy fingers Wet with persistence Is that my mistake Should I breath Stretch metaphysical wings Allow some shadow of confidence To come out of the past And lift my tattered form How can I achieve flight When I no longer have faith In myself or my worlds
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Deborah Finkelstein 1m
โ€œIโ€™m always thinking about how words sound. A poem is never finished until I read it out loud.โ€ ~ Nikky Finney
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๐ŸŒผ Monique 20h
She rose from the rubble after being bombarded with beauty standards crushing her confidence not to prove strength or resilience to anyone but the bittersweet day's reflection from now on she would make her body her own
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marjoriejune 55m
Rilkeโ€™s Book of Hours
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Laura Denise 10m
Once upon a poem, upon a bed of words, a poetess was born, or so the legend begins...
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Arnab Ghosh Apr 21
and share their origin with Greek poiein "to create". [Diagram from Pocket Oncology 2nd Edition]
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Bygonya Raya Apr 22
Replying to @BygonyaRaya
Day 22 prompt - nourishment I am quite proud of this one. Part way through, that Carrie Fisher quote popped into my head and gave me even more inspiration. It's def one of my fav quotes.
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Deborah Finkelstein 4m
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