MAG Poetry Competition 2010 - search for new poems

About 80% of the participants in the 2010 poetry competition wished their poems to remain viewable on the website. Check these out here:

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UNTIL THE NEXT STORM

by Niccolò Matteucci

Finally I’m back home
finally I
crossed the storm
it doesn’t matter I’m alone

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YOUNG HEARTS

by Niccolò Matteucci

There won't be any rain
able to make us drown,
there won't be any snow
able to make us soffocate

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Black Onions

by Nicholas Shurmer

Chopped, peeled and sliced,
scattered in a hot pan the onions,
that were red,
now turning acrid black,

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Palm Sunday

by Nigel McBride

By God’s grace
I manage to switch from noun to verb
Looking for my tools in the half-light in the bird song and the tunes that chasten me.

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WHAT WILL OUR FUTURE BE LIKE?

by Nilanjana Sanyal

In the future, will we
Live on Mars?
Discover another universe?
In the future, will we

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Tsunami

by Noel Sevilla

Do not step into the sea for fun.
Try to show a little more respect
for people who by a wave were swallowed
and whose voices of anguish,

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What Is This Thing Called Love?

by Norma Allan

You know when you love and when you are loved,
But how do you know and how does it show?
Is it perfection or beauty or brains?
High moral character? No, none of these things.

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WIFI IS WONDERFUL!

by Norma Allan

WiFi's a wonder, take it from me,
A technical miracle that no-one can see.
An invisible presence out there in the ether,
Making connections and totally free.

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An invitation to Singapore

by Nusrath Rizvana

Singapore is a country,
Always gaining victory.
Well-known for its vast history.
Singaporeans really care,

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Pop Show of November

by Octavia Wylie

Pop it goes, swinging round
Popcorn in the microwave,
Popular with most. A cry behind;
Popeyed at the;

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