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Adolescent Kitchenalia by Stephen Kingsnorth

[tabby title="Poem"] The angst, new tallboy, filling space,about vague layout, breakfast noon,drift toaster smoke that fills all roomsand suits those drifter refit dreams.With pot plant weeds and lowered blinds,rolled joints to brighten Sunday lunch,spice rack, all rave and wavy type,here...

A Poem A Day Writing Prompt 31 August 2021

1 rule: SUBMIT YOUR BEST WORK "Children in the maelstrom" "The happy dog bites flowers" "Bleeding truth into illusion" Use the form below to submit [gravityform id="2" title="true" description="false"] For more info about A Poem A Day click here

The Message in the Droplets by Francis Conlon

[tabby title="Poem"] Droplets on the windshield,Moisture that gives life,Not a real downpour,But relief from dusty strife. Clouds are stormy gray,Not tumultuously dark,Enough to sprinkle now,No calling for an ark. We come to see our need,For water we might toil,Digging earth...

Little Bird by Kerry-Lee Smith

[tabby title="Poem"] I chose this love, this life. We signed a contract you and I, with a thin red string forever our tie will bind. In this life and so many before and now long left behind our souls have...

41 Putney Road, Johannesburg by Linn Björnsdotter

[tabby title="Poem"] We lay in the summer heat,windows open.You asleep, and melistening to the morning prayers from the distant mosquemingling with your deep breaths. I wanted to kiss your knuckles then,caress your hands soft so you’d feelme when you hold...