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Poetry – Underneath London Bridge – VinX

How can my heart Forgive a mark Permanently Engraved for gaze Each time I see Her photographs Hanging behind Walls of my heart I do recall The notes she left: ‘I appreciate Your sweet kindness But these my legs Just have to walk Probably run… I must delay Tomorrow’s egg Well, this my heart I […] … Continue reading Poetry – Underneath London Bridge – VinX

Poetry of Wind — O at the Edges

Wind That it shudders through and presages an untimely end, that it transforms the night’s body and leaves us breathless and wanting, petals strewn about, messenger and message in one, corporeal hosts entwined, that it moves, that it blends, that it withdraws and returns without remorse, without forethought, that it increases, expands, subtracts, renders, imposes […] … Continue reading Poetry of Wind — O at the Edges

POETRY, POETRY, POETRY — Ricardo Sexton

Poetry enthralled many to no wander A river at sea can no longer meander Feelings are cut by thoughts in action Shoot and Cascade. A surging passion Poetry has inspired to every outtake The reason for a sunrise is to awake To brighten and fill the soul with zest Indulgence to inscribe poems at best […] … Continue reading POETRY, POETRY, POETRY — Ricardo Sexton

Poetry – Southern Hospitality — Ricardo Sexton

Tears & rain …wet the window glass, But no one see me. It does not pass. Laying on the bed, thinking I’ve fled, Trying to forget: ‘what is in my head’ I lose sleep, and accuse my (weep). Caught I almost forsook my only ally The worst is: I still do not know why! “The […] … Continue reading Poetry – Southern Hospitality — Ricardo Sexton

The Only Story in the World John Steinbeck on Kindness Good & Evil the Wellspring of Good Writing – Maria Popova

A decade later, and a decade before he won the Nobel Prize in Literature, Steinbeck turned this abiding tug of war between good and evil into a literary inquiry in East of Eden (public library) — the 1952 novel that gave us his beautiful wisdom on creativity and the meaning of life, eventually adapted into … Continue reading The Only Story in the World John Steinbeck on Kindness Good & Evil the Wellspring of Good Writing – Maria Popova

Poetry – Sleepless She — Ricardo Sexton

Come to see… ‘how things are today’ This dark sky used to be a sunny day The hand-lines go from north to south Waste that water to deny this drought Sleepless tonight, caught in headlights Diet the stress; while lost to the frights Can you see the tears? – Or the fears? Nothing is clear… […] … Continue reading Poetry – Sleepless She — Ricardo Sexton

What is poetry? — byluis7

What is poetry? You say while fixing in my pupil your blue pupil. What is poetry? And you are asking me? Poetry… is you. And if Bécquer already told us that poetry is you, who am I? … To contradict his words, if I’m only verses in full writing, incomplete in search of that rhyme […] … Continue reading What is poetry? — byluis7

Ballet of Poetry — The Lonely Author

Ballet of Poetry , With a pirouette of personification She ignited her carousel of fantasy As slow enchanting adagio verses Freed me from my loveless tragédie Under my spotlight ballon rhymes Made my heart skip a graceful beat With her assemblé rhymes floating She slowly swept me off of my feet Who could resist […] via … Continue reading Ballet of Poetry — The Lonely Author

Poetry – Durable, Pt.1 By Ricardo Sexton

• SPRINTING AFTER THE BALL • Hey mom, I would prefer: if I had never, ever woken up I dreamt: I was a player scoring a goal at the world cup Me, sprinting after the ball, I looked too good out there Without having to be pushed around in this wheelchair I was born dead… … Continue reading Poetry – Durable, Pt.1 By Ricardo Sexton

Poetry – Like A Fool by Ricardo Sexton

Like a fool… – “I followed your way” I allowed to be taken by your hand I delayed all say to keep a hideaway I overlooked a shaken deal to stand Off-track again. …in illusion’s gain Lost. …not thinking of the due pain I ignored when… “I forgot about me” For in your lane I […] … Continue reading Poetry – Like A Fool by Ricardo Sexton

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