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Issue No.3 Poetry

Frozen lady at the computer…
© JaneAParis

I once knew a frozen lady at the computer…
I tried to introduce myself, I told her my name was Scooter…
She seemed in a daze…

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Between C**t and Saint
© Chris W

Sometimes I don’t know who I am.

Sometimes selfish, sometimes generous, sometimes a lover – and others full of hate.

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DISCONSOLATE
© Mishaal Sardar

Oh my Lord, listen to me!
I’m living in darkness
here every where stormy wind that blows
why we’re languishing for our faith?

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Just Try
© Notculpable

I walked down the street … still smelling hamburgers on the grill, their aromas wafting over. And still hearing the clapping of feet on the cement. But I wished my eyes showed me just as pleasant of an image.

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Elements Of Life
© Stephen J Vattimo

Faith is like a spring
it brings life to a desert

The Word is like fertile soil
it provides food for the hungry
and strenth for those who are well rooted

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Moon Glow
© Stacylee

“So, pick it up,” He said.
“What? Me?”
“Of course. I’mlookingrightatyou.”

Sliding in rounding up
closing door shuffling feet
swinging hands meet
hearts folding open wide

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PAIN’S MIGHT … Oh the tender soul of it all
© C. C. Arshagra

The wound is, and life lands
To lose youth to pain’s age
Tomorrows came to cover you
And the hemorrhaging of it all

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