Category Archives: comparative poetry

wanting reality

Wanting reality to be one thing  charity giving truth love support and many many thoughts and reality forces its way through my life letting in misery lies deceitful pretence a lack of empathy a lack of love a lack of … Continue reading

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all the way down

ego comes and says only i exist and the world has been created only for me, look at me he demands, placing his photo in a frame this is what the world has been created for, to celebrate me and … Continue reading

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There is none but he

There is none but he  to save me  from this world  that contains him  and all his glory  and all his torturous ways  of showing the beauty through the ugly,  the loving through the hate,  the embracing through the violence,  … Continue reading

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i want to write

I want to write about the past  i want someone to admit that they had made a mistake i want someone to say : sorry, i apologise for your pain,  but this letter writing , this need for an apology  has become … Continue reading

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academic discussions of wars

Academic discussions of people’s suffering ,  supporting arguments that make so much sense  without having lived in their shoes one day.  Academic discussions interrupted by real people  saying they have suffered and wish to have their suffering verified  acknowledged and … Continue reading

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Worry-Two poems

I worried by Mary Oliver “I worried a lot. Will the garden grow, will the rivers flow in the right direction, will the earth turn as it was taught , and if not,  how shall I correct it? Was I … Continue reading

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