Space gets smaller /
face and body contract /
unknown space /
black as ink /
hollow inside // Poetry by Susanne Allen

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4 Quatrains

Puritan New England’s Hester Prynne, /
In her day, wore an “A” for unspeakable sin. /
Now with sex extramarital, kinky, and group, /
The fashion would be to wear alphabet soup.

What is Home?

This poem was written during Writing Class Radio’s Wednesday night’s Memoir First Draft Session. #poetry #groupwriting #writingprompt #memoirwriting

Her Mate is Just Like the Moon

“Just fancy the look on the unlucky guests,
and the entertainer, who’s even smarter
at faking it.” #gabriellagarofalo #poet #poetry #italianpoets

Poets in the Rain

“All poets are crazy. Listen to them soak
sponge in early rain medley notes sounding off.
Crazy, suicidal, we know who they are: …”

Want to read more? Click the link in the bio. #poetry #newpoems #poems #michaelleejohnson @poetryman1330


Do not confuse / being the foundation / of your house // with being the bones / In the basement. #newpoetry #creativewriting #inspiration

Muskrats of Madison Avenue

“How much should she gain
before we fill her head with
dreams of
how her wishes will come true?” #poetry

Carry Me

“…Seeing shattered
faces looming in
horrid places…” #poetry #sampsonmathis

Time Warp

The long, endless lines waiting for trains taking you—perhaps to safety.
Is there safety?
Déjà vu Time warp.” #poetry