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The Canvas of Words NYC Poetry Tour- One Love

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We are back! The second stop of our NYC Tour, February 22, 2015 at The Bowery Poetry Club. Calling all Hopeless Romantics…. Calling all Hopeful Romantics… What better way to celebrate the month of February than with LOVE? And what better way to interpret Love than with POETRY? The Canvas of Words Tour makes its second stop ~ February 22, ... Read More »

Wounded Flowers by Thomas Fucaloro

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We asked Thomas Fucaloro about his connection with Charles Bukowski  and he explains through a poem WOUNDED FLOWERS I think it’s important to love the art but not necessarily the one birthing or vomiting it.    I don’t want to know the painter just want to know that it has been painted.    Charles says: Hello, welcome to my wounds, ... Read More »

They Are Stealing My Ideas! by Advocate of Wordz

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If you read the title of this blog and immediately thought to yourself, “yes, they are/have!” then I graciously ask you allow me the space to say “Congratulations!”. Theft of ideas or (a much friendlier term) emulating a style within the world of art is by far more common than and as long in the tooth as an original thought. ... Read More »

There Are None so Blind by Jamaal St. John

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Our featured artist Jamaal St. John speaks out on Ferguson and more… It is too easy to turn away and pretend we didn’t see anything. Didn’t see another unarmed black teenager gunned down in cold blood by a white police officer whose sworn duty it was to serve and protect him and those like him who lived in the community of ... Read More »

Thomas Fucaloro Published in Boston Poetry Magazine

This poem was published by Boston Poetry Magazine on November  29, 2014 at this link. Manic bi-polar depression with a twist of sage My mother calls me every time she hears lightning. Something inside her crackles and ghost stories become real in the weathered horrors of the night. I don’t know how to write positive poetry about my mother. I don’t ... Read More »