Falling, by Wang Di

Am I drowning into an apocalypse
with voices chanting inside me
that tells me that
I should never allow the light
to fall upon me?

𝘞𝘩𝘦𝘳𝘦 𝘢𝘮 𝘐 𝘩𝘦𝘢𝘥𝘦𝘥 𝘵𝘰?

Nostalgia by the front door
deep within me,
trying to rewire
all the veins that I have cut,
all the connections that I have lost,
all the memories that seem to wither
into an abyss but
I am tired of all the mending
just to keep myself sane.

𝘈𝘮 𝘐 𝘰𝘯 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘳𝘪𝘨𝘩𝘵 𝘥𝘪𝘳𝘦𝘤𝘵𝘪𝘰𝘯 ?

When I was seven,
Mama told me to carry a silver plated coin
for the loneliness to subside.
Now, as I walk along
this pitch black pavement with
her gift in my pocket,
I crave for the synchronicity of
my dreams with reality,
to become
all of these faces that are around me,
different hues of yellow, red and green,
each one with
a different joy,
a different dream
and with a completely different
ability to find
solace in the agitation.

𝘔𝘢𝘮𝘢, 𝘪 𝘢𝘮 𝘴𝘵𝘪𝘭𝘭 𝘩𝘰𝘭𝘥𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘰𝘯𝘵𝘰 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘤𝘰𝘪𝘯.

But, here I am
held hostage in my own mind,
spending countless hours in the bathroom,
my movements unable to resonate
with the direction of the compass
yet, here I am
trying to find the serenity for everyone.

𝘉𝘶𝘵, 𝘸𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘢𝘣𝘰𝘶𝘵 𝘮𝘦?

God damn I am exhausted of
all the mess that I create,
every second.
God damn I am falling hard
and back into the place that I didn’t wish for.
So, when am I going to get my happy ending?

𝘐 𝘢𝘮 𝘧𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘨,
𝘐 𝘢𝘮 𝘧𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘨,
𝘐 𝘢𝘮 𝘧𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘨.

When You Left Me

When You Left Me, by Wang Di

When you left me for fame
on the other side of our favorite beach,
I walked inside an eerie room,
plethora of mirrors around me,
touched the shiniest of all
and became one myself.
Now that you aren’t here
to hold my hand like you used to,
these mirrors showcases
the metamorphosis of
this home for my disdained soul
from an authentic self
into an unknown being,
who once was in need of
continuous validation of
suiting oneself into
those ideal standards
that honey, you seemed to have
fallen for me in the first place.

Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow
is all you could say
when my arms were wide open
for you but
you walked past your home
and entered into a new dimension
without me in it;
without me.

And when I saw your Polaroid
lying on the shelf,
loneliness befriending him,
I couldn’t help myself
but to hold him for 3 seconds
and bury it
under a colossal of hurricanes.

Oh, honey,
when you went
to the other side of our favorite beach,
I couldn’t get myself together,
still can’t.
I am looking at myself in this mirror,
can only see the blueness
encompassing it;
could be the sky above
for a new fledge of wings
or the ocean,
the siren who kept on singing
for eons.

<strong>Wang Di</strong>
Wang Di

I am Wang Di, a guy who has always been passionate about writing. My feelings bleed in each of those words that were interconnected to befriend someone who’s having/had the same experience whereas it acts as a remedy for me.

Most of my poetries are blue because I want to uncover the masks and bring the deeper and vulnerable sides forefront.

During my teenage days, I remember how I used to create characters and write stories about them but I never really completed any of it. This is why if I ever happen to write a book, I would like to publish a collection of my poems and proses. I am also very passionate about art and have a YouTube channel where I mostly post poetry videos and art vlogs.

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Scooping Honey from the Sky

Scooping Honey from the Sky

Scooping Honey from the Sky, by Tyree Storey

I’ve got this peaceful kind of memory, in a city washed heavy in my blood. It’s like clotted soil where weeds daren’t spring, all pulped over and worn-down from each passing.

I sit and cradle the lowering light from the hilltop as caged dogs bark. I can’t tell if it’s for the day’s end or the spiced air, but somehow it feels like this is home. Kingston and Kandy don’t feel five thousand miles apart, but you know they can’t grow chillies in the fields past Guilford. Regardless, I bet my mother could tell you the tint of the soil in a blindfold, and maybe there’s something ancient in that.

I’ll die an Israelite for Ceylon, forever scooping that red-honey sunset as it drips from the sky. And I guess somewhere there will be dogs baying as I do.

<strong>Tyree Storey</strong>
Tyree Storey

Poetry was never on my radar as a kid, but now I seem to find some form of expression and peace in writing.
I do so from North Leeds, UK and its leafy-green suburbs. I nestle somewhere between the bustling student bars and a slightly more distinguished commuter-belt. Perhaps there’s something of myself in that.
I can be found on @atari_poetry on Instagram, where I post my other work if you feel so inclined to stop on by.

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The Vacation

The Vacation by The Ransom Notes

the vacation

uncover treasure
dine exotic
pack light
clothes carefree
showers sparse
hunt warmth

snooze under trees
bathe in rivers
learn to surf
slink into cafes
feign a holiday
explore this city
romanticize it all
escape your homelessness

<strong>The Ransom Notes-kfr</strong>
The Ransom Notes-kfr

kfr. Boston. Hobbies include feeding people & throwing parties. Marketing & events pay my bills. My writing is my way of censoring my trauma.

Insta: the.ransomnotes. 

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Mommy Too

Mommy Too

Mommy Too, penned by Terra Vagus

I try constantly, not to have anger toward you.
the way you cast me aside.
Loved me less.
Ignored my cries for help.

You’d say “Buck up, life is just like this.”.
when I begged you to take a stand against the constant drinking,
You simply pointed at my self inflicted wounds and said
“We all have our vices.”.

To this day my heart breaks
when I let myself recall
the way I pleaded for a figure
with no maternal instincts at all.

Make me believe that you love me
only when I have something to offer.

Mommy I can’t take this any longer.

You live your life with the selfish belief
that I owe you my everything
because you created me.

You’ve also been my destroyer.

All my life I’ve lived in envy
of those with mothers whom they can call close.

Now I’ve always got something to prove.
Can’t accept I haven’t much to lose.

Mommy can’t you love me the way you love yourself?
This constant heartache is my living hell.

Mommy why?
Why is everything always about you?
Don’t you know I have a soul too?

Now I’m afraid
To be a mommy too.
What if the best love I can manage
Is a love like you?

<strong>Terra Vagus</strong>
Terra Vagus

Terra Vagus is an introverted 20-something who resides in the Pacific Northwest.

When they aren’t writing, they either have their nose in a book or they are out scouring abandoned and creepy places for anything paranormal. Terra Vagus is a lover of animals, literature, ghosts and the Earth.

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Soft Wreckage

Soft Wreckage

Soft Wreckage, written by Alivia Banecker

Coming in strong with senses neglected, blearily wandering with shadows that took her by the hand and overpowered her mind. She wanted to know-what did it feel like to be sunshine rather than sadness? To live life rather than chasing something reckless? Bring light to those skylines and lose herself in transparency with the cityscapes and streetlights; she’s one of the full-minded ones, she had a heart filled full of contentment, but carried chaos everywhere she went, and she knows what she wants, but she doesn’t know how to shake the film strip in her head to prevent it from skipping on repeat again. She is beauty wrapped in intensity. Only ever knowing thickness by its first name, never allowing herself to be spread thin by the intention of something different.

<strong>Alivia Banecker</strong>
Alivia Banecker

Somewhere in a corner reading, in another playing piano. Often I write poetry, often I play, and sometimes that becomes something together and you either get a poem or a song. I’m 21.

In the works of writing my self publishing poetry book, FRAGMENTS OF ME. Writing was a creative outlet as I can see me having it as my future. I hope you take these fragments and let them piece you together the way they pieced me back to myself.

Instagram: @livvywritespoetry

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Better, by Melissa Felson

I sat inside a room
and promised myself
I wouldn’t come out
until I was “better.”

You see,
no one taught me
that better
is not a chalked line in the dirt,
that there is no
bronzed medal with gilded rim
Better. Fit for consumption.

I stared down a mirror
so long
that my lips became my eyes
and my eyes become
huge craters
I couldn’t climb out of.
But I didn’t care for climbing anyhow.

I became a master excavator.

albeit lonely.

Tools in hand,
refusing hands of rescue
reaching out from the rim.

“I’m fine. Really, I’m fine.”

“She was,
in fact,
not fine,”
reads the narrator.

These days I’ve learned
that dogs see in black and white,
but I am not a dog.
I am human.

I am human,
so I err.
I am human,
so I am flawed.

I am human,
so no amount of
or divine inspiration
will deem me “better.”

I am human,
so I am enough.


People keep telling me
I look amazing.
They beg:
tell us your secret.
what have you been doing?

I tell them:
I’ve made some changes to my diet.

I’ve stopped putting
external validation
in my morning coffee.

(sugar-substitute, highly processed
packaged sweetener
made of
Instagram likes and
bending over backwards like
acrobatics for attention;
blending myself into
you for approval
like stirring in your
favorite brand of
soy milk even though
soy makes me sick.)

I tell them
I opt for the real thing these days.
connection and
act natural, which is to say:
Don’t act.

And, sure, it’s hard to kick the habit and
I’m not perfect at it, but –
I tell them –
Life is much sweeter this way.

<strong>Melissa Felson</strong>
Melissa Felson

My name is Melissa and I’m a special education teacher from Long Island, New York. I have been an avid reader and writer my entire life.

My other hobbies including playing guitar and piano, singing, working out, spending time with family and friends, and spending time in nature. I am a huge lover of coffee, of kids, of food and of meditation and personal growth.

I aim to write poetry that moves people and deepens their own understanding of themselves, their emotions and their beliefs about the world around them. I believe that words can transcend the social and emotional barriers between people.

This year, I decided to begin sharing my writing publicly on social media and at open mic nights in my area. If you enjoy my work, you can read more on Instagram at @intotheminefields.

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Wistful Regret

Wistful Regret

Wistful Regret by Caleb Blanchard

Light screams bright rays through my pupils.
Bars mixed to an intense temperature open in front of me, leading through halls of red hot lava.
While the absence of darkness deafens.
Heat shivers away, and I’m not scared.
Even while the ground sweeps, and god kicks my legs from contentment.
Falling, Into what I think is damnation.

But wait-
There’s no fire, no sorrow; just me and the wind.
I hold my eyelids ferociously, air rushing so fast as to strike the tears out of reach.
Sight returning as I’m bestowed beautiful memories of you.
Wanting to hold on as long as possible yet I’m descending towards a visible surface.
My body tenses up for impact.
As I glance back, the sky fades along with you.
This view so real, realer than when I trace my finger across your gentle hand..

Accepting the state our universe made.
Accepting the true damnation of life.
Of love.
Of you.
The bones underneath my skin get smashed with newtons of force, grounded to minerals that wisp away with its long awaited gust of wind.
And even through death, the only pain I felt was falling faster than my wave goodbye.
To everything.
Feeling chances rain that couldn’t be brushed, touched, or comforted.

I’m sorry I love you.

Winter’s Grasp by Caleb Blanchard

Winter fogging resonates with the cold.
My breath steadied from your touch.
Fingers never stale at numbness.
For your warmth helps me clutch and never let go of what I’m told.
“Hun you mean so much, even when you’re the biggest dumb dumb.”
It’s like there’s nothing but us.
Heating from a single caress.
As a gentle and careless genius with sparkles in each eye.
I can’t look away.
You’re so damn handsome, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of.

Gabe, you say my hand’s always chilled;
It’s from my long due absence of emotion.
Given in lessened breathing as I wasn’t concerned to live, I never knew at the present.
Never felt devotion towards all I care about until you came along.
I was always so content with the cold-
Either because it draws us closer, or helps realize how much love we take for granted.
It’s just.. I’m enchanted.
Where it makes me happy!
Where I can’t ever stop smiling.
Where I’ve never been so relaxed, where I’ve never been so close to you.

You’ve got me at your knees but insist on mercy.

Why not give it up once.
Give upon your hands to mine and spread it’s forgiving heat, melt my hands as you do my heart.
With tears, you’ve brushed away.
With chills, you’ve struck away.
Leaving me desolate of thought as my body retracts your prowess.
Lifting me up to be breathless. From then on I give you mercy.
But right now, neither of us need that.
We need each other’s warmth within the season.

Why are you still reading baby, I’m cold.
I’m weak.
Weak and desperate for your warmth.

Caleb Blanchard

I’m Caleb Blanchard; a 15-year-old boy who doesn’t use writing to cope, but instead for fun. Being born in Minnesota, living in North Carolina for a great deal of my life. I’ve moved 12 times by now, not losing anyone, gaining more families. 

I love reading and finding ideas for writing short stories and poetry within books of all genres’. Mainly consisting of Historical Fiction or Fantasy- am an avid dreamer, though it’s hard to sleep often. Sitting with most of my time used on questions for our Reality, Society, (occasionally) Economy, and seeking to know knowledge of a wide variety of Religions. I really feed off of social interaction! 

Lately I’ve been a little out of literature, even then it’s been a slow process getting back into arts in general. A lot of what I write isn’t understood easily at first, but the cycle I use when doing it is basic. Unlike prompts or one word ideas, they can be anywhere. Random. 2 things. Then I write. A theme and a focused state. I put my mind on a blank plane where the only thing that exists is what I’m about to write, and whatever that is, nothing else matters within its frame. It may be 2 minutes or 2 hours.

You can find me on Instagram @blonde_offical

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Bad Kids

Bad Kids

Bad Kids, written by Anjali Sethi

And perhaps, those bad kids fought great wars and lost,
Their blood splattered on your mahogany walls,
And you handed them a bucket to clean their shit off the stalls,
And perhaps who you’re blaming is you.

And perhaps, those bad kids fought great wars and lost,
Against your venom spitting games,
And these lessons they had in bruises of black and blue,
Your poison penetrating,
They screamed and cried, but you turned a blind eye,
And perhaps, who you call fucked up is really you.

So excuse me if I say,
Take a step back, you’ve lost the respect you once had,
We stand against you in exteriors of funeral attires, piercings and tattoos,
Getting laid for the night just to feel some human,
But in the morning,
We’re here and burying you.

<strong>Anjali Sethi</strong>
Anjali Sethi

I am Anjali Sethi, a 17-year-old writer based in India. I started writing really early on and gained the confidence to share my poetry fairly recently.

I’m currently finishing high school and striving to find myself in my words. I love listening to music, cooking, pondering about life and enjoying some hot chocolate in bed.

My poetry stems from my insecurities, self-doubts and heartbreaks, and also documents my hopes for a happier life. You can follow me on Instagram; @donutxcupcake to read more of my poetry.

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Sun Rays

Sun Rays by Autumn Floyd

Sun Rays by Autumn Floyd

Sun Rays

Poems on my mind, adventures at my feet. Flowers in my hand, my sorrows far beneath, my sand filled mess I call a braid. Sun rays fill my endless gaze, and for a moment my worlds complete, I feel on my face the salty wind, beauty fills my mind again.

<strong>Autumn Floyd</strong>
Autumn Floyd

My name’s Autumn Floyd, I’m from a hobby farm in Mulberry, Arkansas, and I work at our family canvas print shop. I’m known for my love of exploring and travel, whether it be in a new city or national park.

Writing started as a fun hobby but I hope to make it a serious profession one day and currently have an unpublished book. Let’s be social @autumn_floyd

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Refraction of Light

Refraction of Light

Refraction of Light by Dana Cappelloni

Refraction of Light

I once saw a feather leave an imprint on snow.
A refraction of light whispering a story of how life came to be.
A curious passerby insisting on remembering.
All of life has a story.
A reason for being.
I quietly listen.
Hoping nature will enumerate my own.
Until then, I’ll skip rocks along a river bank.
I’ll write poetry.
I’ll pray at night to the one I love.
I’ll push out emails and shuffle papers on Monday afternoons while I look longingly out the window, wondering how earth got it all right.

<strong>Dana Cappelloni</strong>
Dana Cappelloni

Dana is a San Francisco Bay Area Native. Her writing is influenced by her appreciation for the natural world and her interest in all living systems.

Dana works in the environmental sector. In her free time she can be found hiking, wine tasting or scrawling in her notebook.

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