Welcome and Happy Reading!
Deanna Ramirez transformed her personal blog into a literary magazine – a format that enables her to promote other writers. Writers who need and want exposure to their work. Writers measure success on many things. For those actively pursuing writing careers, and writers with goals of publishing; exposure is everything. This Poetry Magazine will add another exposure layer to your work. Deanna began promoting writers in January 2019. After watching talented writers struggle under the shadow of social media algorithm, she chose to use her experience to help.
Eve Poetry Magazine is a natural evolution. Deanna promotes fellow writers through social media and this magazine without charging writers’ fees. How will she keep this thing afloat? This site contains affiliate links to products. She may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. All affiliate partnerships chosen thoughtfully. Products or services designed to help writers in all aspects of writing business. For more info, see our Affiliate Disclosure.
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The couch needs air,
I know a magic trick.
Past the overpass,
at the edge of the winding barracuda’s neck.
And there will always be
Something more Alluring;
Carved more beautifully
Enchanting it seems
Enticing you, to your knees… Continue reading Alluring by Richika Ghosh
I Cherish the smell of the earth after the first rain, the greenery, the trees and the chirping of the birds.
I Cherish a long walk with wandering thoughts,
A sip of a cool lemonade in the summer heat,
The aroma of a freshly baked cake.… Continue reading I Cherish
I’m stuck in the middle of the middle
Inside the most remote of locations
I’m a simple worn-weary life traveler… Continue reading Poetry by Patricia MacKay
Bold hues of orange surrealism
sprout dynamically from trees
against the backs of foothills
glowing with natures altruism.… Continue reading A Somber Day in Autumn
Summer days in Louisiana are not quite the picture of fun. On that particular day the temperature reached above ninety but of course that didn’t stop our family from venturing out for our weekly barbeque.… Continue reading That Summer Day
Walls cradled her
and I found her here
through broken eyes
A cane rolling
into the middle of a black linoleum floor
… Continue reading Gemini by Elaine Waddell
I have dreamt and forgotten,
dismissed the unkempt corners of an otherworldly room.
I have taken what the elders say into consideration,
shaken myself free of intuition. … Continue reading Poetry by Emma Biggerstaff
Instead of waiting
for someone to
send me flowers… Continue reading Flower Crown
As long as I have life to use,
I’ll not decry my every bruise,
I’ll not keep track of every crack,
Or rave about my every scratch,
I’ll not pretend each day is winter,
Bemoaning over every splinter.… Continue reading Not Broken
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