Good evening ladies and gentleman, it’s me, K.G. Bethlehem heer for another showcasing of the Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week is a short, haunting with love read by a complex writer name, “– Jen aka Svelte. Also another first is this is the first poem I ever showcased that was untitled. Crazy eh? But that does not take away from this poem, in fact, it gives more to the voice the writer, well to me was trying to bring to the reader, the meaning beyond the voice. Sounds echoing off the surface in an attempt to embrace the core beauty–this poem is splendid fun. Oh, when you are finished please go to her blog and read more of her good works!
Good evening everyone and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week, the week of all weeks, this joint by Steve Simpson called “Port Botany-life as we know it” is a beautiful, word mastery poem. Please when you guys and gals have time, please visit this blog (inconstant light) and read more good works.
A traveler is dawdling on the way to Port Botany. He’s been guided by the polar spirits, crossed paths with the alchemist Alcione, and passed through a portal into an alternate, but equally dull, reality where he had a therapy session with the Medusa, who recommended he wear a tomato. Part one is here.
I missed the world I’d left behind,
and through a day and night,
I sought another path between realities.
I opened doors and gates,
climbed over fences, in and out
of windows, all to no avail.
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Welcome, everyone to another Poetry Corner but this time, it’s on a Saturday. This poem here by a poet who goes by Tranquil Mountain is a beautiful work of writing. The name of it is called “A Sigh.” Please visit this poet’s page and read more of her works!
Look at the colorful scenery,
Smell the fresh greenery;
So many places to be,
In this open country.
Streets of tar;
A midnight star,
The ten-acre lake side;
Visual senses satisfied,
The good with the bad;
The happy and the sad,
Have you ever been a happy bride?
Experience that blissful ride?
After all of that energy high,
Just take a relief sigh;
Did you ever cry?