By Alex Andy Phuong Ramble Rather than ramble, Remember that Babel Is more than a city. In fact, it is a place That encourages diversity Despite barriers, And there is no need To feel inferior Without consent. Revel in wonderment! Complement Primary and secondary colors Complement one another And are just as vibrant As pleasant … Continue reading Ramble and Other Poems
Mythopoeia Onomatopoeia Sounds of the real world And cinematic comics Mythopoeia Mythical and mystical Fantasy Intended to educate About reality Myths might be fictional But they are definitely educational For the Greeks and the Romans And anything culturally worldly Have impacted world history Since the dawn of civilization Poetic Style Style and grace Go … Continue reading Mythopoeia and Other Poems by Alex Andy Phuong
By Jayanta Bhaumik It’s again the time to remember how I was born Taking a birth is like when you speak, you know the silence surpassing all this crowd, listening only to you, but then your words turning the solid opaque stars, some inactive globules, suddenly emitting only flinches to the world It’s a … Continue reading Ringing again in the rain
Ariel’s Mission This tree giant knows me & the grasses I pass upon looking to ignite brooks. Listen, I’m calling through the sudden undulation of leaves. Is it some sea sound or else; stranger: Soft whispers, candles in petals placed on a lake? How they float to anoint senses, a hushed travelling dream talk that … Continue reading Two Poems by Stephen Mead
the lucky numbers never get chosen some wish for peace others for everlasting love money never comes the lucky numbers never get chosen for the powerball the most beautiful woman in the world sees you as nothing more than a tool meant to be used you wished for something different you should remember to be … Continue reading Poems by J.J. Campbell
By Ann Privateer The boy, the locket Carried away In another time Another place. Jealousy we But lucky to be Starting again Starting here Starting now.