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Read Poem: Cages by Kristen Corbisiero

POETRY FESTIVAL. Submit to site for FREE. Submit for actor performance. Submit poem to be made into film.

I built myself inside this cage,

And foolishly gave you the only key,
Thinking you’d keep it safe,

Hoping you would, at least.

Cages aren’t always meant to keep people in you tell me,
Sometimes, they’re meant to keep certain ones out,
For safety, for love, for whatever reason you choose,
Because this cage has kept me inside for far too long,
And I have no choice but to believe the poison that drips from your mouth,
Lapping it up with dry tongue,
Foolishly praying one day it’ll give me the strength to break the locks,
Cast the iron aside and find my way out.

I built this cage, yes,
I know that now,
Always did,
But never did I think you’d use it to keep me locked away.

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Read Poem: Cages by Kristen Corbisiero

POETRY FESTIVAL. Submit to site for FREE. Submit for actor performance. Submit poem to be made into film.

I built myself inside this cage,

And foolishly gave you the only key,
Thinking you’d keep it safe,

Hoping you would, at least.

Cages aren’t always meant to keep people in you tell me,
Sometimes, they’re meant to keep certain ones out,
For safety, for love, for whatever reason you choose,
Because this cage has kept me inside for far too long,
And I have no choice but to believe the poison that drips from your mouth,
Lapping it up with dry tongue,
Foolishly praying one day it’ll give me the strength to break the locks,
Cast the iron aside and find my way out.

I built this cage, yes,
I know that now,
Always did,
But never did I think you’d use it to keep me locked away.

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Read Poem: SIMPLE TRUTH by Clay Witkofsky

POETRY FESTIVAL. Submit to site for FREE. Submit for actor performance. Submit poem to be made into film.

Dear god I’d like to take a minute to pray
I’d like to thank you for helping me find myself this day
I’d like to thank you for this pathway that you have designed
With only one person that’s me in mind

Now I always knew you could guide me I just didn’t know how as I’ve searched the skies above and looked for signs on the ground
But am completely amazed with what I have found
As you are speaking from above but it’s a feeling I receive
A feeling of energy good or bad
Now that I know it’s coming from you
I’ll know exactly what I should or shouldn’t do
It’s a feeling that warns me what’s up ahead
Or tells me what I should do instead
It’s a feeling that tells me no when I hear a lie
Or a feeling that tells me yea when…

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Feature Film: THE KILL-CRAZY GANG by Gary Gurner

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Title of Story: The Kill-Crazy Gang

Written by: Gary Gurner (based on the nonfiction book by Jeffery S. King)

Logline: An arrogant Pinkerton Detective. A solid mid-western Chief of Detectives.

What brings them together? The murderous Lewis-Jones gang.

Initially formed one-hundred years ago by Native American brothers Frank, Roy and Ora Lewis, they made Bonnie & Clyde look like rank amateurs.

Masters of car theft, the gang terrorized the mid-west, Texas and California before being taken down.

As one lawman wrote at the time, “the crimson records of the Lewis-Jones gang easily over-matched all the rest.”

Genre: Crime
Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 1943686

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Feature Film: The Greek Passage by Lorenzo Guarnieri

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Title of Story: The Greek Passage
Written: Lorenzo Guarnieri
Genre: Drama, Action, War, History.
Type: Feature Script
WGA Registration Number: PAu3-848-160

Logline:
Giulio Seta’s final mission in Iraki as a war photojournalist ended dramatically. Now in therapy for PTSD, Giulio decides to travel to a remote Greek island. A shipwreck, a face-off with human-trafficker Thierry, the theft of a caïque and a friendship with Captain Nikolas and the troubled Clara lead Giulio to get back in the game and face his demons.

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Feature Film: The Greek Passage by Lorenzo Guarnieri

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Title of Story: The Greek Passage
Written: Lorenzo Guarnieri
Genre: Drama, Action, War, History.
Type: Feature Script
WGA Registration Number: PAu3-848-160

Logline:
Giulio Seta’s final mission in Iraki as a war photojournalist ended dramatically. Now in therapy for PTSD, Giulio decides to travel to a remote Greek island. A shipwreck, a face-off with human-trafficker Thierry, the theft of a caïque and a friendship with Captain Nikolas and the troubled Clara lead Giulio to get back in the game and face his demons.

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