MAG Poetry Competition 2011 - search for new poems

About 44% of the participants in the 2011 poetry competition wished their poems to remain viewable on the website. Check these out here:

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Scars

by Daniel Crate

Do you have any scar concealer
anything to make it less clearer
to hide these wounds
that I carry each day

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Broken Biscuits

by Daniel Crate

Red colored onions, dying clowns
making their way through the crowd
broken biscuits, packed into
boxes,looking appealing to you?

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i

by Daniel Crate

I have been piano
I have been drum
I have been an orchestra
I have been numb

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Shellshocked

by Daniel Crate

Shellshocked soldiers
shellshocked nuns
shellshocked children
holding guns

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inbox (1)

by Daniel Winters

dont try
to change
me
cos

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Past

by Darina Tepavitcharova

He is lying there,
In the bed we share.
The clock is ticking,
I can see him thinking.

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Numbness

by Darina Tepavitcharova

Numbness is the silence,
The silence of you heart.
You stare at your mirror,
And it's portrait lies.

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Beatin’ the booze

by Darren Beaney

A snarl from a bottle of gin
beer cans give me an evil grin.
Wine when corked only sneered
a cream liqueur that whistled and jeered.

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Aneurysm

by David Barrera

The road stretched before us,
The sting on our tongue of cheap liquor ground us.
I can feel the pebbles of the asphalt beneath me.
Cool to the onset of the evening light.

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What Matters

by David Swan

What matters are stars born from emptiness,
and crumpled quilts on children’s unmade beds.

What matters most is my mother, cancer

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