Category Archives: Poetry

https://www.outlawpoetry.com/patiently-yours-nietzsche-by-sofia-kioroglou/

Originally posted on Sofia Kioroglou :
https://www.outlawpoetry.com/patiently-yours-nietzsche-by-sofia-kioroglou/ Patiently yours, Nietzsche It smells like winter. The hot tea is steaming in the mug Peter got from Hong Kong on his last visit, along with a pinkish scarf. I am anxious to see…

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The Owl, The Pussycat… Fabulous Felines in History #2

Originally posted on Les deux divas: ma vie en rose:
The Owl, the Pussycat and the feline behind the scenes… Oh yes, there was also the fabulous man who wrote of my adventures. His name was Edward Lear. He was…

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Scattering

Originally posted 19 May, 2012 “In one of those stars I shall be living. In one of them I shall be laughing. And so it will be as if all the stars were laughing, when you look at the sky … Continue reading

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Poetry Day!

POETRY DAY IS INTERNATIOAL, there are readings here in France and I have no doubt there are others… Calling ALL scribes! This is a terrific opportunity for you to let your voice be heard, as Saturday, October 7th is RANDOM … Continue reading

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Terah shares her thoughts on Las Vegas

We woke on a Monday to news of our nation’s largest mass shooting in recent history The numbers towering that of Pulse nightclub and that one kindergarten class. You know the one. Blood on children’s books. Teachers diving to save … Continue reading

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Silver Poetry

honest lines draw across her skin but he can’t see with blood in his mouth transmission continues I read your code pegged loosely whipping in the breeze making sin out of nothing he stared at her from the cross remain … Continue reading

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Unreliable…?

Brennan DeFrisco Brennan DeFrisco is a poet, writer, spoken word artist & educator from the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s the author of A Heart With No Scars (Nomadic Press) and co-author of Exquisite Duet (Hermeneutic Chaos Press). He’s been … Continue reading

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Poet for his time…

Noticing the twin flags on your car — flag of Confederacy, flag of Union; seeing that you’re heading into the same bar I’m going to; letting my hands brush my pockets — clipped-on knife, cell phone; checking for pepper gel … Continue reading

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Division

“The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them.”                      – George Orwell “One … Continue reading

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Tony Brown, tells it like it is!

Someone designed a monument to a stray cop bullet that broke through walls and killed a child asleep in a crib, couldn’t decide on which city needed it most as there were so many to choose from, cast a giant … Continue reading

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