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A Clingy sound by E-writer

[tabby title="Poem"] The bird chirps loudlyA song my heart can’t fathomLike a mourner’s dirgeFilling my lungs with salty emotions The flame rose up aboveA battle the cloud never wonThe infant cry from afarA weak lullaby rings out in the mist...

The Birds in My Heart by A.D. Labuschagne

[tabby title="Poem"] The birdsIn my heartAre numerousAs the stars Numerous areMy scarsI hide them wellBut I don’t mindYour eyesYour gazePenetratingBeyond theVeil Kismet, cosmicAll is wellIn meLifeIs not that badEventually things get better Unlike BukowskiMy birds are not blueThey vary in...

Favourite Things by Stephen Kingsnorth

[tabby title="Poem"] When asked about our favourite thingssome think of subjects, objects, nouns;apart from winter into spring -as featured by that singing nun -the given list, though picturesque,is full of concrete, not abstract.I know film, listening children knowthose solids that...

Like Spring, I Blossom by Hafsa Mumtaz

[tabby title="Poem"] like the sun, I erupt from my halo -an angelic luminescence. mynacreous shades like the skinof a tender bubble outshine whatI had been in the past. from theHades, I soar up into the Oranos.the floridity of the Rose...

Becoming home by Qaanita Rossier

[tabby title="Poem"] Becoming like my parentsIs like coming homeAfter a long life of swimmingThrough the universe, upstream To a house that rises up to greet meLike it's been waiting for me for a long timeThat purrs under my heavy stepsUntil...