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November 2023 / Immigration Stories, Love and Relationships, Pets, SPOTLIGHT 2023

This Will Never Be A Final Goodbye

by Rodrigo Lemus Matus Every time we say goodbye we inevitably feel an emptiness; an emptiness that we fill with a sort of illusion, an illusion to see each other… Read More

October 2023 / Education and Learning, Haiku, Love and Relationships, Poem, SPOTLIGHT 2022

Anitra

by Shadonna Carroll Anitra helps me. I have learned so much from her. She is a good girl. Read More

October 2023 / Family, Haiku, Love and Relationships, Poem, SPOTLIGHT 2022

Love

by Shadonna Carroll I love my husband My husband loves me to death He treats me like gold… Read More

October 2023 / Haiku, Love and Relationships, Poem, SPOTLIGHT 2022

Love Me

by Shadonna Carroll You sleep in my arms. Everyday with you gives chills. I’m a fool for you. Read More

October 2023 / Countries, Cultural Traditions, Food, Love and Relationships, Personal Narrative, SPOTLIGHT 2022, Taiwan

That’s the Reason Why We Chose the Day

by Blanche Ko Many of my friends often asked me, “Why did you choose to get married on February 22, 2020?” It started in the winter of 2019 in Taipei,… Read More

October 2023 / Haiku, Love and Relationships, Philosopy, Poem, SPOTLIGHT 2022

Love

by Gracie Jones Love, sweet like candy Love, an incredible force Love, it’s everywhere… Read More

October 2023 / Family, Immigration Stories, Love and Relationships, Personal Narrative, Russia, SPOTLIGHT 2022

Love is Worth the Wait

by Dina Gortman Do you have friends who are addicted to fishing? While you might run back and forth to the car a hundred times, he can sit in one… Read More

January 2023 / Love and Relationships, Nature, Overcoming Challenges, Philosopy, Poem, SPOTLIGHT 2023

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by Gelareh Jamshidi I’ve travelled many times into the broken cups of coffee, And have drunk poems in the burned cafes. I’ve played music on the collapsed bridges,… Read More