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Two Poems by Genevieve Guedra

Two Poems by Genevieve Guedra

Concord matter-made, transient and finite, artificially arboring a postural smile ; yet sketching the profile of a limitless, fragmented self by tracing  outlines in the saturated tones of a red-moon-fullness scarlet nutshell, soon delivering fresh wholeness, strongly empowering the ever denied humdrum of universal existence; beneath the rubble, onsetting a process no longer threatened by ticking time ; combined, at […]

September 1, 2015 | By | 4 Replies More
Genevieve Guedra – The Pain of Knowing

Genevieve Guedra – The Pain of Knowing

Sitting, Vacantly gazing out They’re trying to seize The meaning of a world That is within their grasp No more. Brimmed By obscure fears, The mocking ray rises From behind the frontline To play on their foreheads For a while. Lucidity, Knocking endlessly, Penetrates the mind Waking up the ghost voices The inhabiting audience, In […]

June 30, 2014 | By | 6 Replies More
Climate Change a Painting by Carole Bouville

Climate Change a Painting by Carole Bouville

— “Climate Change” is about what we are doing to the Earth. For me, I felt pretty helpless to do much about the situation, so it is a statement of anxiety and longing to want more attention paid to this on-going tragedy. I feel a feeling like grief over it, but don’t know if others […]

November 30, 2013 | By | 6 Replies More