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To Women “Poem”

To women I say break the stereotypes Women were not born to get married and die In a patriarchal society women are treated lower than men Women are capable to do more than men I believe in womanhood and their capacities to do more than demanded by masculine world There is a whole world to […]

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Booze “Poem”

Al little booze and music do no harm A little poem and mere words waste no time A little hangover do no good A little laugh can hurt no body A little tear ease the soul no more A little drunkness is not that bad A little walk takes you nowhere A little thought comes […]

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Adalee Street “Poem”

My memories walks on the Adelee Streets There is a house on Adalee Street There is Nostalgia on Adalee Streets There is nothing forbidden on Adalee streets Every laborer used to come home with fatigue on Adalee street I miss my friends at Adalee street Where are they? Where are my lost treasures Steve the […]

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Happiness “Poem”

Since the dawn of mankind Every man seeks happiness but failed to possess it What is happiness if not the constant struggle A means to no end turning nihilism into annihilation Jesus finds his happiness in preaching or in suffering? Or one just imagine Sisyphus happy as An Algerian French writer penned a decade ago […]

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Guinness “Poem”

Irish Guinness gripped in his hands Sonny used to walk If you misspell Guinness what would it sound like? He inquired gaily I replied in nightly sadness “I don’t know!” We used to walk from Nebraska to Floribraska streets Sonny exclaimed in his drunkness it will be as “Geniuses” who hold Guinness in their hands […]

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Black America “Poem”

Beware O world! Black Americans are rising The most oppressed of the human race in all history Better close your doors black Americans marching on the road The courage, the potential in black Americans are unshakeable, unimaginable and unconquerable I even started to imitate their ways Nothing can stop them they are coming Like a […]

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The First Murderer “Poem”

Cain Murdered Abel first of all Sons of Adam against what not? One brother against another we see not That guilt of Cain still hunts human race The murder of Abel still hunts human race How long mankind will be guilty and murderers at the same time? Is this human race ever going to achieve […]

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American ways “Poem”

You have your way I have the American ways When there seems to be no ways American ways come fourth to rescue you O child Every breath, sweat, tears, smile and dreams Every soul worn out of other ways found American ways Look America is the name of freedom Look America is the road to […]

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Armenia-Azerbaijan War Hysteria “Poem”

A War Hysteria occupies Armenian and Azerbaijan soil The specter of identities, ideologies, religions, nationalities, territories and politics Clashes on disputed territories which Belongs to none but to all It is the common man that suffers in War not those in Power It is the poor, working men and women that suffers in war not […]

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The Puerto Rican Girl “Poem”

The Puerto Rican Girl stormed into a store I witnessed a hurricane in front of my eyes She was young with her pick lipstick, eyes brows as sharp as a knife She was black or white i couldn’t tell I was color blind by her hairs resting backwards Her angst, her words, her worries meant […]

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POET CAFE

POET CAFE - blog by Alex Markovich (42 y.o., Russia, author, artist, theater director)

Painting with words

Everything that I want to paint with words 🎀

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RENEE VERONA

- Verse Seventeen -

Paper Life Painting

Visual works of Wayne Wolfson

POET CAFE

POET CAFE - blog by Alex Markovich (42 y.o., Russia, author, artist, theater director)

Painting with words

Everything that I want to paint with words 🎀

Digitaltools4you

Digital products and reviews

sūdrakarma

Just a personal blog. I'm not trying to sell you anything.

RENEE VERONA

- Verse Seventeen -

Paper Life Painting

Visual works of Wayne Wolfson