Threads – a poem by Ali Grimshaw

Threads I am just one frayed wound tight coarsely made tested by force twisted resiliency bound to others strained with weight threatened by blades mended from attention unequally created companion equally essential thread of the human fabric crafted with care weakened by wear the loss of one compromises the whole tapestry to tear.   Ali […]

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Mea culpa – a poem by Antoni Ooto

Mea culpa Patiently listening— the days in necessary living ebb and flow. This little Catholic boy holds all his sins tight; his past digressions. When there is joy all around, I still wait, mouth closed watching, and keep praying; maybe this joy is misplaced and when it passes, feeling right again— I still… wait.   […]

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Iphigenia – a poem by Dawid Juraszek

Iphigenia The sacrifices I’ve made the offerings and the victims have all been in her name The wealth I create by the hard work I do ………..exploiting air and water ………..stimulating demand ………..processing foodstuffs ………..utilising other life forms ………..moving money around ………..providing distractions ………..turning earth into fire ensures I have the means to be a […]

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