Performance Poetry is poetry out loud; poems brought from the page to the stage.
Space Investigation and Disclosures
In the enormous woven artwork of endless evening, Heavenly trailblazers set out on their flight. Through the ether, their vessels take off,
Do I see myself take the fall, even when I know it's going to hurt? Do I embrace a darkness I cannot see in? Do I clean my wounds with tears even though it stings?
NEW YEAR'S Poem- Welcoming 2024
In the twilight of the year, as the stars align, We bid adieu to 2023, a chapter in time. With memories woven in the tapestry of days,
Please Bite Me
Would it be wrong if I couldn’t ever be happy here? Would it be wrong if I never wanted to stay? Would it be wrong to always be alone? Would it be wrong to never feel a thing? Would it be wrong to say I am always thinking of more? Would it be wrong if I wanted to feel hunted? Wanted.* Would it be wrong if I said I was fucking jealous? Would it be wrong to want to feel held? Would it be wrong to be held like that? Would it be wrong if I said I didn’t want it to be right? Would it still be okay if I didn’t fight? Would it be wrong to find comfort in the shade of a beast? In the shadow of a monster?I want to be hunted for my blood. Would it be wrong to want their teeth? Would it be wrong to blink and be covered up in the dark? Would it be wrong to lie down for hours? Would it be wrong to be carried to bed by something I should fear? Would it be wrong to be held by a darkness that lingers? Would it be wrong to befriend the thing that haunts me? Would it be wrong to say I don’t want it to leave me? Would it be wrong If I wanted him to know nothing but my name? To keep me warm and put clawed paws around me? Would it even make it go away? Would it even make the record play? Would it even help the way I thought it might? Would it even happen, would I even know? Would it? Would it? Would it bite me hard enough I never think again?
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A Turkey And Pigs In Blanket Pie
Introduction Talbot Arms Christmas Menu Each December we go to Settle to sample The Turkey and Pigs In Blanket Pie at The TalbotArms in Settle. I have never seen this anywhere else so I thought we could have a poem for it.
Not as young as I look, not as old as I feel. My mind’s circuits cinders My soul’s wounds won’t heal. Heartache cuts bone deep
Fragments of the heart left at the doorstep of an unfulfilled soul. Unable to breach the padlock unwittingly bolted to the mind.
Urdu Poetry: Top 5 Poets All the Time
Urdu poetry has a rich and vibrant tradition, spanning centuries and encompassing a diverse range of themes and styles. The language itself is known for its lyrical beauty and poetic expressions, making it a perfect medium for poets to convey their thoughts, emotions, and observations. Here, we will explore the lives and works of five of the best Urdu poets, each contributing significantly to the literary heritage of Urdu poetry.
Am I my parents, or am I still just their child? I don’t know myself.
- Top Story - December 2023
Sounds in the Night
Sounds in the Night There are monsters in my closet, And hiding under my bed. “It’s just your imagination” “Go to sleep, it’s all in your head”
Let It Be You
The zejel is a very old Spanish poetic form that is also likely an even older Arabic poetic form with an origination date somewhere between the ninth and eleventh centuries. In fact, Edward Hirsch believes the form was probably invented by Mucaddam ben Muafa, a ninth century Hispano-Muslim poet. Here are the basic rules for zejel: First stanza is a tercet (3-line stanza) with an AAA rhyme scheme All other stanzas are quatrains (4-line stanzas) with a XXXA rhyme scheme, so the second stanza would be BBBA, third CCCA, fourth DDDA, and so on to the end of the poem. Lines are usually 8 syllables long. Alternate version: The version above is from Robin Skelton, but Hirsch offers an alternate version that begins with a couplet rhymed AA, followed by the BBBA, CCCA, etc. Also, Hirsch's version makes the repeating A line a refrain from the opening couplet that could be shorter than the other lines (sort of like in a rondeau). Writers Digest, Robert Lee Brewer