Short Poem – Questions?

Why do people assassinate? Why do we not feed instead of eradicate? Why do we preach but not practice? Why do we teach but not act in the way we have been speaking…

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Dream-like Real-life ♥ (mirco-poem)

Originally posted on Evy Zen:
I wake, from reality. You, beside me. © 2015 – Eva PoeteX

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Come With Me

Originally posted on Clarabelle:
A poem for you. Come With Me Come with me, To the river bank. This waterfall of life, Gives you lots to thank. It’s beauty is deep, Just like…

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To Sarit

Originally posted on Hortus Closus:
Painting by Cristina Movileanu Don’t listen to the Fools, don’t follow their way. Listen to the wind. Watch the sea and the mountains, They are the true teachers.

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“Grandson asked”

Grandson asked A Poem by Coyote Poetry Would be a better world if we saw with the eyes of the children.                                     Grandson said Memorial poetry I stopped by the nearby location for… Continue reading

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Susana Chavez Castillo -Poet, woman rights and human rights. Please don’t forget her.

Susana Chávez Castillo, a prominent poet and women’s rights advocate, was found murdered in the border town of Ciudad Juárez on 6 January 2011. Her body found strangled, with one of her hands cut… Continue reading

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Persecuted Poets

Originally posted on "You're my Blue Horizon":
This morning, I’ve visited a link from a Facebook friend, which is about 5 persecuted poets: Aron Atabek – Kazakhstan Mohammed Ibn al-Dheeb…

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Mnemosyne or The Unexpected Death Of Virginia Woolf

Originally posted on Karen Mary Berr – Poetry & Video:
Here she is, here again, that woman you once were, that sum of memories you drowned in purple wine. The nostalgic beast who…

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“Ashtrays, whiskey and the pen”

Ashtrays, whiskey and the pen I loved downtown Austin, Texas. No-one is a stranger. Just people seeking good booze, music and opportunity. I like the comfort of a cigarette, Jack Daniels and time… Continue reading

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A oldie, but a good one. “I don’t remember how you look”

I don’t remember how you look A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old thoughts and the desires to remember faces lost in time.                                 I don’t remember how you look I don’t remember how… Continue reading

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