PART 2: January 2017 – Read the best of NEW Poetry from around the world

Submit your POETRY for FREE at the Festival for POETRY: https://festivalforpoetry.com

CLICK the LINKS and read the best of poetry: 

LAMENT FOR CILL AIRNE, by Tom Roche
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/lament-for-cill-airne-poetry-by-tom-roche/

MAGNET EFFECT, by Jellian Nacalaban
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/magnet-effect-poetry-by-jellian-nacalaban/

GESTURES, by Tuoyo Palmer
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/gestures-poetry-by-tuoyo-palmer/

MISSING HOME, by Anyasi Ray
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/missing-home-poetry-by-anyasi-ray/

DREAM, by Mary Freericks
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/dream-poetry-by-mary-freericks/

A JUMBLED UP MESS, by Krystle Nicole Martin
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/a-jumbled-up-mess-poetry-by-krystle-nicole-martin/

DEATH BOUTIQUE, by Lionel Walfish
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/death-boutique-poetry-by-lionel-walfish/

THE ROSE, by Psizan
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/the-rose-poetry-by-psizan/

IN MEMORY OF 2016, by Felicia L. Smith
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/in-memory-of-2016-poetry-by-felicia-l-smith/

THE SECOND CUP, by Michael Westcombe
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/the-second-cup-poetry-by-michael-westcombe/

I AM LOVES FOOL, by Aleck Miranda
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/i-am-loves-fool-poetry-by-aleck-miranda/

WHEN I HEARD THE ANKLETS CHIME, by Navoil Chatterjee
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/when-i-heard-the-anklets-chime-poetry-by-navonil-chatterjee/

GANESH OR DUMBO, by Damian Corcoran
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/ganesh-or-dumbo-poetry-by-damian-corcoran/

BROKEN, by Austin Thomas
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/broken-poetry-by-austin-thomas/

MR. FACADE, by Esther Oyebode
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/mr-facade-poetry-by-esther-oyebode/

I’M NO POET, by Kuhle Sikota
http://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/im-no-poet-poetry-by-kuhle-sikota/

BETTING, by Agbaakin O. Jeremiah
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/betting-poetry-by-agbaakin-o-jeremiah/

FIDDLERS NECK, by Stacey Lynn Patterson
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2017/01/17/fiddlers-neck-poetry-by-stacey-lynn-patterson/

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December 2016 – Read the best of NEW POETRY from around the world

Go to http://www.festivalforpoetry.com and submit your poem for free.

Read the best of new poetry from poets from around the world:

LADY MARIE, by Matthias Pantaleon
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/12/13/lady-maria-poetry-by-matthias-pantaleon/

CHEES PIECE, by Irene Mahanyu
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/12/13/chess-piece-poetry-by-irene-mahanyu/

THE FACE OF GOD, by Deborah Johnson
The Face of God, Poetry by Deborah Johnson

THE JOURNEY HOME, by Tyson Cantrell
The Journey Home, Poetry by Tyson Cantrell

IT IS I, by Daniel Franco
It Is I, Poetry by Daniel Franco

STILL THOUGHTS, by Jade Cecilia Macauley
Still Thoughts, Poetry by Jade Cecilia Macauley

GONE, by Heather Bryant
Gone, Poetry by Heather Bryant

WHY, by David Mayall
Why?, Poetry by David Mayall

SATAN AND HIS FORBIDDEN ISLAND, by Aziz Alkaabi
Satan and his forbidden island, Poetry by Aziz Alkaabi

A BALEFUL BANISHMENT, by Sujoy Bhattacharya
A baleful banishment, Poetry by Sujoy Bhattacharya

THE VOICE, by Tabitha Ashley
The Voice, Poetry by Tabith’Ashley

THE SEMPITERNAL SAPPHIRE, by Sohinee Dey
The Sempiternal Sapphire, Poetry by Sohinee Dey

THE BATTLE, by Glen Hill
The Battle, Poetry by Glen Hill

Read the best of NOVEMBER 2016 Poetry:

Deadline for FREE POETRY Festival – Get your poem made into a MOVIE and seen by 1000s. Three options to submit: http://www.wildsound.ca/poetrycontest.html

  Read the best of NOVEMBER 2016 Poetry:

WHY DO PEOPLE HATE, by Felicia L. Smith
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/11/27/why-do-people-hate-poetry-by-felicia-l-smith/

AN ELECTION, by Diana Benskin
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/11/27/an-election-poetry-by-diana-benskin/

MOON SPARKS, by James R. Adams II
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/11/27/moon-sparks-poetry-by-james-r-adams-ii/

ALL A TWITTER, by Persis Karim
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/all-a-twitter-poetry-by-persis-karim/

JFK, by Nets I
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/jfk-poetry-by-nets-l/

WRIGHT, by Time Rizzuti
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/wrighte-poetry-by-tim-rizzuti/

CONTRAST, by Tim Wilkinson
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/contrast-poetry-by-tim-wilkinson/

ORCHARDS SEED AND THE FALLING OF STARS, by Liianvarus
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/orchards-seed-and-the-falling-of-stars-by-liianvarus/

I RISE, by Amber Agha
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/i-rise-poetry-by-amber-agha/

TEARS OF REMORSE, by Debbie Lyn Jones
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/tears-of-remorse-poetry-by-debbie-lyn-jones/

INTIMATIONS OF THE BEYOND, by Suzanne Miller
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/28/intimations-of-the-beyond-poetry-by-suzanne-miller/

Part 2: Best of NEW Poetry – November 2016

Read the best of NEW Poetry from around the world: 

STRETCHES OF SILENCE, by Ivina Emmanuel
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/12/stretches-of-silence-poetry-by-ivina-emmanuel/

ROGUE WAVE, by Joanne Van Leerdam
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/12/rogue-wave-poetry-by-joanne-van-leerdam/

THE CAVEMAN, by Simon Widdop
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/12/the-caveman-poetry-by-simon-widdop/

UNSAID FAILURES, by Patricia Mae Estenoso
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/12/unsaid-failures-poetry-by-patricia-mae-estenoso/

CAN WE, by Diankp
http://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/12/can-we-poetry-by-diankp/

POETRY BY, by Patrick Hill
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/12/poetry-by-patrick-hill/

THE NEW ESTABLISHMENT, by Cary Ryan
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/the-new-establishment-poetry-by-cary-ryan/

HOLD ME WHILE I SAY GOOD-BYE, by Wendy
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/hold-me-while-i-say-good-bye-poetry-by-wendy/

BE MY MUSE, by Maria Mastrangelo
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/be-my-muse-poetry-by-vincenza-maria-mastrangelo/

SIXTEEN WEEKS, by Elizabeth Adeka
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/sixteen-weeks-poetry-by-ene-elizabeth-adeka/

I’D WRITE YOU, by Nubi Vagant
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/id-write-you-poetry-by-nubi-vagant/

SENSE OF TIME, by James Williamson
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/sense-of-time-poetry-by-james-williamson/

HER CATASTROPHE, by Rachel O.
https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/11/13/her-catastrophe-poetry-by-rachel-o/

Unforgettable. . ., Poetry by Prateek (Pappee) Pandya

 Genre: Love, Rhyme, Relationship

 My love, you swear on me
Please return me,
The love and care of your enticing eyes
Please return me my lost galas to precise

My mind can never forget that blissful moment
When your youth glimpsed my love,
And there were emotions and grace all around
I gifted all those emotions to your voice
Please return me back those songs and emotions
Please return me my lost celebrations

I still remember that moment of my life
I got drunk through your serving eyes
And felt goose sperms through every pore of my body ,
When my hands touched your tender and soft skin
Please return me back that protent grace
Please return me my lost space

I have seen your glimpse once
My heart desires to see you again
And love you in the full moon night ,
By considering your shadow as white lotus in the silent lake
Please return me back that glimpse of bliss
Please return me my lost eternal kiss

Now please come in front and reveal your face
This is only cure for my pain and loneliness
Your retention has troubled me every way
Now please come here or I would loose my life today
Please return me back all those forgotten memories
Please return me my lost glories….

My love, you swear on my……

© Pappee
October 12, 2016.

 

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Deadline: FREE POETRY Festival – Get your poem made into a MOVIE and seen by 1000s. Three options to submit:
http://www.wildsound.ca/poetrycontest.html

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Make Me Forget, Poetry by Forrest Jamie

Genres: Breakup, Denial, Friendship, Hurt, Love, One-sided, Painful, Relationships, Sad, Unrequited, Used

Your mouth leaves bruises and it makes me forget.
Forget you’re anything but mine and
tonight is all we have
and you’re lying.
Lying to yourself and a girl who is powerless to unlove you
because somehow it doesn’t matter.
It doesn’t matter when you’re holding me
that you’ll leave soon after.
Because it’s so easy to ignore the future
when you’re on top of me
trailing kisses down a familiar path
and when your lips burn bright
so I don’t think about the aftermath.
It doesn’t matter,
because we’re so good you make me forget
and you count on that.
So why agonize when you’re here
that soon you’ll be there
but there has to be something more that keeps you coming back
and you’ll always make sure I forget that.

 

 

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Deadline: FREE POETRY Festival – Get your poem made into a MOVIE and seen by 1000s. Three options to submit:
http://www.wildsound.ca/poetrycontest.html

Watch Poetry performance readings:

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AMNESIA, Poetry by MARIAM AKEWUSOLA

Genre: Rhyme, Life

Last thing I remember,
Violent movement,
Forceful pause,
Inferno!

Two colors shining bright.
Red, blue, red, blue…..
Loud sounds
And slowly, I drift.

I wake up with head ache
Tubes in every hole possible.
Painful tears begin to roll.
Memory sea begin to flow.

The year
When our women fought
Equality they wanted
Freedom they chanted,

Their motif was drawn.
Their goals became reality.
Women must work!
Women shall vote!

The head ache is back.
My memories start to fade.
I hear men in white coat call it a name,
Amnesia or so.

My memories now running away.
Please, give reasons why I am alive?
What\’s the whole reason for my existence?
I am becoming history.

My eyes shot open
The light becomes painful.
I slowly sighted a lady,
Her nudity very unpleasant.

The world am in.
Women call rags fashion
Their nipples are in tears.
The way they flaunt it becomes unholy.

My vision of the world reverse.
A woman\’s body becomes worthless.
How soon do they forget,
How fast do they become wayward.

We forgot the fight,
Amnesia is kicking in,
I rather die than stay in this world.

Where a woman\’s body is prized
Where women can\’t carry themselves high.

All for the sake of men.
Men who are fully clothed.
Men who fall for the inner woman.
Men who would eventually disappoint.

I rather run
Far from the world, never to return,
Till my sex is an honour,
Till women ride men.
Till women crown kings.

To be dominant
She has limits.

To be successful
One must work.

To be a woman.
We must have dignity,
She must be proud,
I must be graceful.

My time is up.
Amnesia has won.
My good memories gone!

I shall return .
When my sex wears clothes.
When my sex isn\’t an object of pleasure.
When my sex obey rules of decency.

I shall return.
If this amnesia would be gone!

MARIAM AKEWUSOLA
 

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Deadline: FREE POETRY Festival – Get your poem made into a MOVIE and seen by 1000s. Three options to submit:
http://www.wildsound.ca/poetrycontest.html

Watch Poetry performance readings:

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