Butterflies – A. Ferrise

A. Ferrise

May 15, 2019

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Always expect the unexpected Look for the signs, For they are written Deep within the lines. You know it’s here When the winged creatures Release themselves from cocoons And reside in your brain. They creep and crawl Mind...

There Must Be Something – A. Ferrise

A. Ferrise

May 15, 2019

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There must be something Out there in this world for me. There has to be one bit of it for Yes, I, the daughter of poverty. There must be something Like a yard with a mile-long lake, A large, marble mansion With a white...

The Story of Roy G. Biv – A. Ferrise

A. Ferrise

May 15, 2019

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There’s a rushing fire, A grand desire For power and force Your heart is beating like a drum as anger fills your blood. There’s a smile on your face As you leap around with grace You lay under the sun, Determined...

Appearances Often Are Deceiving – Michelle Babiy

Michelle Babiy

May 15, 2019

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(A Response to Chaucer's Prologue) ********* There was a husband A most compelling man Charismatic, loving, and full of flare But soon his love transformed to pain The man had nothing left to gain The restless nights and carel...

Regret – Rahul Trivedi

Rahul Trivedi

May 15, 2019

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Tick Tock Tick Tock, Time passes by before our very eyes. From the start of 12 AM on every clock, Till the “everlasting” light finally dies. Sometimes I wish we could turn back time, Maybe take back the things I said...

Music – Rahul Trivedi

Rahul Trivedi

May 15, 2019

Filed under Literary Magazine, Prose

What is music? Maybe it’s the way we create harmonies and chords. Or perhaps it’s simply evoking emotions through sound and notes. It’s a hard question to answer, isn’t it? Merriam Webster defines it as the art of ordering...

The Aisle – Gianna Tricomi

Gianna Tricomi

May 15, 2019

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From Ophelia's Perspective The weight of my once dry clothes pull against the ghostly pale of my skin, sinking me deeper and further from the light of the world that has now grown dark. My lungs no longer search for the air...

Ophelia’s Lament – Chaitanya Kadimisetty

Chaitanya Kadimisetty

May 15, 2019

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Fathom not, dear friends, love is but a curse, Risen from the beginning yet with no happy verse Be physical, my love, with tokens and gold For you, some aloe, so that our love may grow old My only daughter, drowned in her...

Ophelia’s Ballad – Chaitanya Kadimisetty

Chaitanya Kadimisetty

May 15, 2019

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Hard to understand, yet easy to see, My love for thee shall never leave, Chrysanthemums red and fiery as his blood Giveth Prince Hamlet, with affections aflood Returneth not my affection, returneth not my glee For at every...

I Love You – Selena Kwok

Selena Kwok

May 15, 2019

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“I love you” Those fake words I hear everyday From a fake mouth Filled with fake pearly teeth Using his fake eyes To draw me in to his fake love When I have everything except love He stood by me but then...

One Hundred – Bianca Teves

Bianca Teves

May 15, 2019

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(1, 2) 3 sure. let’s see 9, 10, 11 eyes red on december 7 but it’s friday and i will go. gladly winter 11… 12… 13… seconds become an hour, quickly 20 simultaneously! - 21, 22, a little after 6:30 do nothing...

Seasons of Change – Jessica Mirkin

Jessica Mirkin

May 15, 2019

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A Poem for a Friend November came and turned my life inside out, Complete mayhem, chaos; I was through All had felt hopeless, it was simple better to lie about it - That was until I met you. December came and you became a clo...

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