Tag Archive: Poetry

Where is Humanity?

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A teenage girl was killed by her family, because she fell in love. They called it killing for honour; they said she shamed the family. But that’s okay, because no iPhone has been… Continue reading

Be not Afraid

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Raise your voice, however little it be – my most recent self created rule to live by. Raise your voice, for the oppressed, for the voiceless, for the suppressed. Raise your voice, for… Continue reading

Alienz

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Translucent as jellyfish Once of a humanoid He runs via streams of telecommunication Cables of ocean I twitch awake through all the night He snarls at us still I prevent his death through… Continue reading

DREAMERS OFTEN LIE

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By Disha Dinesh Sahni He told me he had a dream Last night, I said, me too Had it bright! He asked, what I saw? I said that; DREAMERS OFTEN LIE! He winked… Continue reading

A DEVOTEE

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Poem By Disha Dinesh Sahni From the deepest inks of my heart, I write this verse for thee. Coruscating memories with no lament, And that solemn touch covertly. Your existence to me is… Continue reading

Of alternate skies

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trespass through clouds reflecting on oceans in the dark would punishment become us we come, we go, of trust flash fade as lightning sparks numb our paths correcting dumb or young, righteous, correct… Continue reading

Like me

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Fatty fish flying Zooming in the tank, alone In florescent plants

BREASTS!

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In simpler means our cauldrons turned us dust alcoholic alchemy, trust in me for I defy the hardest enemy if love was love, in god would I now trust. naturally despising gifts of… Continue reading

Jesus loves you (blasphemous)

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He fucked, he killed a prostitute he took the cash back for the shoot he shut his mouth to be a mute then saved up for a tie and suit he waited as… Continue reading

A Poem From the Lighter and Darker Side of Leanna Harrow…Enjoy!

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“You” From the first day I laid eyes on you Every color had a brighter hue Your tiny hand curled into a ball Into love I could not help but fall As you… Continue reading