Staff Picks

  • Kylee Cheyanne
    Published 2 months ago
    Sonnet Three...

    Sonnet Three...

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  • Don Lax
    Published 2 months ago
    Endless Ocean of Love

    Endless Ocean of Love

    How would it feel to float
  • Chantelle Wynta
    Published 2 months ago
    You hurt me the most...When I said No

    You hurt me the most...When I said No

    Readers discretion please be advised - This poem's nature and language might cause upset or trigger.
  • Kris Leliel - Authentikei
    Published 2 months ago
    Prose of The Fool

    Prose of The Fool

    The first step is the hardest. Could it be because there’s no more land beneath your feet after that first step? The dog is barking with urgency, while your heart is beating with passion, and your foot hovers over a ledge taunting gravity and fate. Calling you The Fool isn’t an insult to your bravery nor an applause. You are pure adrenaline, you are the heart falling into the stomach, the stomach jumping into the throat. You might be naive or tired of everyone calling you what you’re not. You’re just The Fool facing this new beginning that may have been by Chance, but that’s no reason to pass it up.
  • Ian McKenzie
    Published 3 months ago
    Whilst Australia Burns

    Whilst Australia Burns

    Water bombing aircraft Assisting fire fighters below. Seemingly have little impact As the fires continue to grow
  • Aarushi Shetty
    Published 6 months ago
    'The Princess Saves Herself in This One' by Amanda Lovelace

    'The Princess Saves Herself in This One' by Amanda Lovelace

    I am usually attracted to the cover, the synopsis, or even the author's name, when I choose a book to read. Then there are other times, when I choose a book by reading the first three sentences on the first page. However, Amanda Lovelace's poetry collection's title was the one that did it this time. the princess saves herself in this one.
  • Hope Martinez
    Published 8 months ago
    A Black Boy's Mother

    A Black Boy's Mother

    I can storm the streets in anger,
  • Fatima Elmusbahi
    Published 12 months ago
    Her

    Her

    She was a borderline fanatic searching for the smallest of details, that seemed to but warm her heart.
  • Katherine J. Zumpano
    Published about a year ago
    Experiences in Poetry