A Dying Reef By Rose L. P.O.V.: HELENA Across the horizon, She lies calmly, I admire her so, a mother to them all: The denizens of Her watery body Are always at her beck and call. A safe … Continue reading A Dying Reef by Rose L.
Guilty Pleasure How did we get here It is so wrong but so right Cannibalism Continue reading Guilty Pleasure by Michelle L. and Ava M.
Rumour City there is a place that sits between hallways and alleys where whispers sit patiently to be heard gravitating towards the bored and desperate who latch onto murmurs as if for survival luckily for them there is never a … Continue reading Rumour City by Avrel F.
Ode to the Journey of Women At her birth my grandmother was told the entirety of what she was to pursue. Patriarchy mapped out her life ’till she was old, everything that she was designed to do. Abuses left women … Continue reading Ode to the Journey of Women by Emily H.
Estaba enamorada de ti;* You thought you understood me so well, Pero no sabías nada de mí.** Blind me with tears so I wouldn’t see That heaven was your disguise of hell; Estaba enamorada de ti. Egoistic is … Continue reading Estaba Enamorada De Ti (I Was In Love With You) by Ivy Z.
Note: These are a few poems selected from a poetry book I wrote for someone special to me – Sydney B. Words of love spill out of my mouth, Jumbling up like a puzzle. Thus I resort to my … Continue reading My Everything by Sydney B.
A Night That Sprouted A New Life The Sun dies, So her true love, The Moon, Can be reborn. The waves crash Up against the sand, Creating a song, Made only for us. A symphony of light Performed by … Continue reading A Night That Sprouted A New Life by Sydney B.
Haikus are my voice I can’t say anything else Send help to me please Continue reading Horrible Haikus Vol. 4 by Michelle L.
Masquerade by Avrel F. when I first met you I did not expect every day to be a masquerade never knowing what is beyond the imposter smiles and emotional fraud your poker face has been perfected guaranteeing you a … Continue reading Masquerade by Avrel F.
Looking down at my city from this plane, At last I’ve come to realize something. That from afar everything seems plain, But once you’re closer you see hidden things. The ocean’s surface glistens like a gem, It stretches far … Continue reading From Afar by Alice Y.