POEM – Dry Fountain Wishes – B Gourley (the !n(tro)verted yogi)

https://berniegourley.com/ Sly town stretches along the sea,backed by sacred mountains.And amid shabby, city streetssits a broken fountain. And when the church bells peal at dusk,the drunk, they sing out loud.And all the robbers and the thievesslip through the gathered crowds. Pockets are picked and watches slippedfrom wrists of the hapless.On painted women, gooseflesh shows —theirContinue reading “POEM – Dry Fountain Wishes – B Gourley (the !n(tro)verted yogi)”

Mr. WB (Writer’s Block) – Vanya Rajwar (The Soul’s Urge)

https://thesoulsurge.wordpress.com/ We were sitting together yesterday again, Mr. Writer’s Block and me, Love is like a beautiful horizon I began, Not really said he. My pen swayed and I dropped it down, As my words failed and no thoughts could be formed by my mind, Mr. WB looked elated as I stared at him inContinue reading “Mr. WB (Writer’s Block) – Vanya Rajwar (The Soul’s Urge)”

Jun03 – Nathan Cocker (Poetry 365)

https://poetry-365.com/ The Battered Mannequin “She” leans nonchalantly on a lamp post in her fancy shoes. The rubble around “her” includes both “her” arms. “Her” breasts are shot off, “her” head is dented; This civil war has killed “her” trade. Now, “her” display is not new clothes. They were all stolen, along with “her” dignity, byContinue reading “Jun03 – Nathan Cocker (Poetry 365)”

Reception Room 52 – Maria Gianna Iannucci (Reflections on Existence)

https://giannaiannucci.com/ sew and patch a lesser love the lukewarm quilt barely covers enough ~ M.G. Iannucci 2020 I am hemming the sorrow of a courser weave, preparing to leave. ~ Voluntary simplicity is nonviolent. Choosing to leave lesser forms of loving is also the cultivation of elegant minimalism. The singleness of unity is not scarcity,Continue reading “Reception Room 52 – Maria Gianna Iannucci (Reflections on Existence)”

blood red – just another girl

it was my mother’sfavourite colourso I planted red gardeniaswhere bees now hover my goin’ out lipstickin a tube thin & sleekso I can leave red kisseson my loved ones cheek so many shadestantalizing huesshiny red toenailspeeking through my summer shoes flags, cars, hairit flows in rivers during warsoldiers of different racesdying on a foreign shoreContinue reading “blood red – just another girl”

mUd – Kritika (Undressed Thoughts)

https://undressedthoughts.com/ slippery brown in the greenrains create this blessed scenetasting it all are many small feetplayfully they dance as the Nature greets motherly comfort when they falltransforms to a bed as they crawlmassaging their muscles with its greasereadying future soldiers by acting as their lee byKritika at: https://undressedthoughts.com/ Note from the AuthorCopyright 2020 (All rightsContinue reading “mUd – Kritika (Undressed Thoughts)”

Subconscious Answer – theherdlesswitch

Live too long Never long enough Swirling of Dervishes Red cloth hurricane Leaves bereft A small sense Of seeking what is under Plumbed too deep Even there is darkness for more from this deep diver, click on over:https://theherdlesswitch.wordpress.com/

The Escape Velocity of a Rorschach Sunset

https://holdingbruisedroseblossoms.wordpress.com/ I.As the fiery half-eaten orbmelts farther into the mountains,the heart shudders in astonished jolts. A gilded feast of morphing shadows temptsthe pattern-hungry brain to arrangedozens of weather-beaten pointsinto monstrous faces of jagged rock. Vectoring like a maniacal dragonflythe eyes construct (and deconstruct)tensile bridges of silken meaning. The shifting boundary of the rugged terrainslips inContinue reading “The Escape Velocity of a Rorschach Sunset”

“Who cares what we eat?” – Navnidhi Vyas (Culled from Lucy’s Works)

Who cares what we eat?Just calming stomach’s heatExtra spicy , fried and sweetBe it eating or doing a cheat? Who cares what we eat?Overweight is common sightGlucose, lipids are at heightsAre we losing our health rights? Who cares what we eat?Gain cash at stake of fitDrain cash to regain itAre we fooling our intellect? WhoContinue reading ““Who cares what we eat?” – Navnidhi Vyas (Culled from Lucy’s Works)”