Category Archives: Poetry

The Thirst Remains

The need in me to spew forth my thoughts is undeniable My fingers are drawn to the keyboard searching for that release I’m the junkie twitching for his next fix I’m the drunkard looking for his next drink I’m the … Continue reading

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#Poetryreadathon – Poetry, poetry everywhere Part 1

Originally posted on Robbie's inspiration:
I have recently launched a book of poetry, together with fellow South African, Kim Blades. In celebration of this achievement which I have been working on for the past five years, I have decided to…

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All My Fault

It’s ALL my fault. I saw the doubt, the insecurities and the disbelief in your eyes. I saw the anger and fear from ghosts past invade your soul. I saw the child that was never good enough. I heard the … Continue reading

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On Becoming A Writer: Chuck Lindholm

Originally posted on Go Dog Go Café:
An important part of every writer’s journey is the transition from seeing ourselves as “someone who writes” to seeing ourselves as writers.  We asked all the Go Dog Go Baristas to tell us…

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These Days 

Originally posted on Everything I Never Told You:
This current political climate is akin to living with a loaded gun in your mouth every day. You wonder if pulling the trigger would lead a fresh pair of lungs. Instead you…

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Spring Tease — Poesy plus Polemics

A little hint of spring from a favorite poet.  Please enjoy this poem from Paul Lenzi.  Be sure to visit his site and explore the archives of this incredible talent.  He is truly missed. ❤ twirling her skirts shapely flower … Continue reading

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The Damage Is Done – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet — Walt’s Writings

Please enjoy Walt’s poem and be sure to pop into his blog and spend some time visiting this romantic’s lovely work.  Enjoy! Years of running Years of drumming Mile after mile Endless drum solos Late nights Early mornings Two packs … Continue reading

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