Daily Archives: November 18, 2017

Migrated Culture – Nassy Fesharaki

In me there is something like blood I brought in my heart after the flood Next visit I searched, was not found Sample of what I know deepen fond Was removed and buried under mud In me but it remains … Continue reading

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Pop And Culture – Lawrence S. Pertillar

Peeps peep on pop and culture. People peep on pop and culture. There’s a peep on pop and culture, With not a poop to stop. They peep on pop and culture. People peep on pop and culture. There is a … Continue reading

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Sin Culture – Hasmukh Amathalal

Have no doubt When we talk about Death is certain We want it to come without pain Each soul has to depart As we are part Of the divine theory And put in motion already Whether you like it or … Continue reading

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Culture Flowers – Lonnie Hicks

We’re all lashed to Cultural Helms besodden ingrained eyes narrowed to squinty plane seeing; not seeing only mine; and not mine blind. Culture is the Gardener’s Death who’s kind to only one flower; other’s bloom in the garden darkened by … Continue reading

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Art And Culture – Edward Kofi Louis

Art and culture, Going my own way; With my imagination, With my style, With my innovation, With my works, With my words, With my mind, Respecting my culture! And, touching the world with my muse. Art and culture! The mus … Continue reading

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