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Poetry By On December 5, 2019

Close Enough

I want to hurt you if only to prove That you’ve finally let me in close enough to mean something to you.   -Sept 2019

Poetry By On November 29, 2019

Picture Memories

I know you might think  that if he was out of the picture that you and I might still be in frame. But even without him we’d still be shattered glass on the floor. I’m sorry that shards of your heart are there too because only picture memories are left of me and you.   -Sept 2019

Blogger By On November 27, 2019

Interview with Poet Jamey Boelhower – Installment 16

Today we have Jamey Boelhower who has published many collections for the years! Jamey writes poetry, blogs, and a fiction novel Under the Lights. Since Jamey wrote a collection along side his son, one could guess his collection circle around family and life tribulations.   What’s the biggest difference in your poetry from your first collection to your most recent? One…

Poetry By On November 25, 2019

The Reality of You

This reunion isn’t as I imagined it would be. I knew I’d changed  over the past 3 years  but I forgot that you could too. I’ve built fantasies from past memories  But all I have to show for it  is a disappointing reality.   -Sept 2019

Blogger By On November 14, 2019

Where I Ache Review by Venus Davis (from Maria at Sampaguitas)

Maria at Sampaguitas is a fantastic magazine to submit your piercing yet tender pieces to. The magazine encompasses so many different forms from short stories and essays to poetry and photography. If you’re a creative artist, definitely give them a look! I lucked out by having a regular contributor Venus Davis review my collection Where I Ache! “In Megan O’Keeffe’s…

Poetry By On November 13, 2019

The Rest of Me

You always say that you wish I would let you in. But baby, if I do, will you promise not to hurt me? But if you’re not patient with me Then baby, I’m shutting all the doors. If you will let me breathe Then I will let you see the rest of me.   -2015

Blogger By On November 11, 2019

Interview with Poet Matthew – Installment 15

Today we chat with Matt from his Alternative Darkness blog where love, grief, and malice all intertwine to create insightful poems. Let’s dive into the dark now:   Has writing poems about death and grief been helpful in the healing process? Would you recommend writing to others grieving? Well, I don’t write poems about death because I’m dealing with a…

Poetry By On November 9, 2019

It’s Only You

I know I’m not your’s but I hope you know I’m not anyone else’s. I’m not interested in love if it’s not your’s.   I’m not looking to be wrapped up in anyone’s arms at night. But I’ll open the door  if it’s you knocking.    It’s only you  that makes the heat  rush in my blood And a smile…

Poetry By On November 8, 2019

You break it you buy it

You broke my heart  so you better pay up. It may be in pieces  but you’ll have to buy every last one. No refunds, no returns. You know it’s always been yours.   -Aug 2019