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Life is not merely a game of chance,
It’s yours to shape and mold, you can be whatever you want to be in
constant reality if you accept the responsibility
You can stand tall,
Dare not to fall, persist, insist, and you will win,
Use all your tools; get the knowledge...
Poetry Reading: Before After Always, by Eugene Butler
Performed by Hannah Ehman
Before After Always, by Eugene Butler
Believe the Buddhist
Believe the Christian
Believe the Muslim
Believe the Jew
Believe the Atheist
One is the other…T...
A child puts her doll to bed. Tell me a story, says the doll. You always say that, says the girl. Tell me a story, the doll repeats. Go to sleep you two, says her father from the light underneath the bedroom door. You’re my best friend, whispers the girl to the d...
POETRY Reading: What I Though I Wanted, by Fella Cederbaum
What I Thought I Wanted
Have you ever wondered who you would be
Without your profession, without your role
Without a position in life that holds
The you, that you know to be in this world
The you, who you think is important
That is singular?
One and specific?
Identified by name and pos...
when the clock of civilization has lost its sense of time
she perceived the world without knowing its malicious darkness,
a lonely young girl died many times
before her death when
she was gang-raped by some beastly men,
suffered many days and months,
Poetry Reading: TENDER LOVING MOMENTS, by Colin Guest
TENDER LOVING MOMENTS, by Colin Guest
To feel your tender body touching mine
Is a sweet feeling that is simply divine
I love the touch of your arms around me
It makes me feel happy I want all to see
Our tender love is both strong and true
With our never feeling down and blue
Just to hold your h...
You betrayed me today.
With a kiss, you showed them the way
And collected thirty silver coins.
You whipped me and mocked me.
You crowned me with thorns.
So grovel in the dirt, pick up your pay.
You betrayed me today.
POETRY Reading: Crann Bethadh Song Messengers, by R.L. Stephenson-Read
Crann Bethadh Song Messengers, by R.L. Stephenson-Read
We embrace our Celtic ancestry
For that same time runs nigh
And seek the mystery from the Lake of Small Stones
Of a lost, ancient tribe’s practice.
Those magical Druid Holies droned, “Beannachtaí Dé”
In their sacred, Oaken Groves
POETRY Reading: DEAR GAELENE, by Mercedes Webb-Pullman
DEAR GAELENE, by Mercedes Webb-Pullman
I’m pitching a script about a journey
discovering new lands. A clever captain
but he’s shipwrecked. A remarkable
love-and-murder story illustrated
by the captain and his new navigator;
he is English, and she Polynesian.
POETRY Reading: Filigree Angels: A Miracle Awakens, by Denise Dowdell-Stent
Performed by Val Cole
From within it stirs
Barely moving, barely awake
Its breath misting, steaming, warming;
Slowly it stretches
Its tentative touch
As fragile as floss spun glass
Crystalline, beautiful and alive.
Sentience claims it now;
Aflood with rainbow strands
POETRY READING: On The Street Where I Live, by Eugene Butler
Leroy my neighbor had some lottery luck
But he went off and blew it all on a big old monster truck
Now he can’t afford to drive it
The gas cost too much
Leroy’s old lady she packed and left
She was pissed that Leroy was only thinking of himself
But if I know Leroy
He wasn’t thinking ...