celebrities

No matter their age, some celebrities have old souls; poems written by celebrity poets and your favorite celebrities' favorite poems.

  • Bryana Fern
    Published 6 days ago
    Poetry of the Lizard King

    Poetry of the Lizard King

    You may know him as Mr. Mojo Risin, the psychedelic rock god of The Doors or you may know him as just a disturbing and strange artist who joined the famed 27 Club with his death on July 3, 1971. Both accounts would be true. Love him or hate him, James Douglas Morrison created a counter culture movement of rage that filled the 60s in stark opposition to the positive message of love from contemporaries John Lennon. Instead, Morrison tapped into the collective conscious of a generation enraged and disturbed by its wars and conspiracies and failures. Its betrayals.
  • Janelle barker
    Published 8 days ago
    Lady Di

    Lady Di

    At 5ft 10 tall with stunning beauty
  • Sophy Geno
    Published about a month ago
    Poetry to help through a pandemic
  • Sumaya HN
    Published 2 months ago
    Warsan Shire

    Warsan Shire

    Warsan shire is a London raised poet/writer and teacher of East African heritage. One of the most intriguing characteristics of her writing is her choice to be a voice for the voiceless. The essence of her work can be described as raw, and touches on hints of nostalgia from the perspective of those who have lost their homes, lives, and national value as a result of war. Despite the fact that she doesn’t have a personal experience with war, post-war trauma, loss, immigration and all the horror tales in between that are experienced by refugees. Her words paint vivid and detailed images of these scenarios.
  • Celious Blanc
    Published 2 months ago
    "Hold Your Own" she said...
  • Ria Smart
    Published 2 months ago
    Hold your own
  • John Freed
    Published 2 months ago
    I Witnessed the Tabloids Killing

    I Witnessed the Tabloids Killing

    I witnessed the tabloids killing, and the horrible things they did.
  • Doriana Diaz
    Published 2 months ago
    In The Name of Sanchez: Women Who Inspire.

    In The Name of Sanchez: Women Who Inspire.

    The first time I read Sonia Sanchez my soul combusted. I must have been about seven. I was sitting on the floor in my room, in the middle of my pile of books, and from the first sentence, I could feel her words kissing my face. It felt like I was coming home again but coming back to something I had never known before. Every single time I read her work, I feel it all over again. She has saved my life more than once.
  • Diamond Dreams Movement
    Published 3 months ago
    The Best

    The Best

    Walk around by myself, most people need an entourage,
  • James F Norton Norton
    Published 5 months ago
    The Turkish Dervishes

    The Turkish Dervishes

    They processed in slowly to the haunting music of Ney, Sas, and Drum. Like a funeral dirge, the Dervishes move solomly, wearing the tombstone Sika and the black funeral shroud. After four circuits around the Teka, the Dirvishes bowed deeply, then, dropped their black shrouds to reaveal a white robe which flared out as they began to turn.
  • Victor Mendez
    Published 5 months ago
    BILLY JEAN..

    BILLY JEAN..

    BILLY JEAN
  • Zachary Boulanger
    Published 8 months ago
    Taylor Swift?

    Taylor Swift?

    I have come to a conclusion