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Frederick Livingston

Born at the southern tip of the Salish Sea in Olympia, Washington, Frederick Livingston’s work in experiential education and peacebuilding has taken him across the world, from Peace Corps in rural Tanzania to the United Nation’s University for Peace in Costa Rica, and beyond.

Frederick is the author of the poetry collection “The Moon and Other Fruit’s”, along with numerous works found in literary magazines, scientific journals, and public spaces. He has been the featured poet of California Quarterly and nominated for several Pushcart and Best of the Net awards. His upcoming title, “Trees are Bridges to the Sky” won the Prism Prize for Climate Literature.

Rather than a diversion from a difficult world, Frederick sees poems of seeds of cultural change. Before we can reach for more fruitful futures, we must first imagine them.

Poems

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Sanju Khan
3.3/5

Don’t walk by my laundry stand, I’ve just hung a thread. Don’t send me a text – I’ll climb  between the lines to look for you. Don’t use that still eye on me, I’ll lose my rest, this incubation. Don’t make shadows play trickery in the space I’ve made

Guinevere Clark
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Phenomentally Hollow By Faith.Marie 62 lines, I was born in 1962 after Maya Angelou’s Phenomenal Woman Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I’m not cute or built to suit a fashion model’s size    But when I start to tell them, They think I’m telling lies. I say, It’s in the reach of my arms, The span of my hips,    The stride of my step,    The curl of my lips.    I’m a woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal woman,    That’s me.

Faith Marie RUIZ
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Ein wehes Verlangen füllt mein Herz, nach irgendetwas, das mir sehr fehlt. Es ist ein milder, bittersüβer Schmerz, der seltsam wohltut und auch quält. Ich versuche, das Gefühl zu ertasten, um endlich wieder davon frei zu sein, Doch der Versuch, mich zu entlasten, taucht mich in eine tiefe Leere ein.

Helga Schierloh
3.3/5

Bäume und Äste verbeugen sich gebrochen und gebogen, in der Saison nach einem großen Winterfrost. Obwohl er von der Kälte und Taubheitsgefühl umgeben war, entstehend aus dem Grau der Schwarz-Weiß-Farbtöne auf enteisigten Stielen,

Crystal Barker
3.3/5

Bäume und Äste verbeugen sich gebrochen und gebogen, in der Saison nach einem großen Winterfrost. Obwohl er von der Kälte und Taubheitsgefühl umgeben war, entstehend aus dem Grau der Schwarz-Weiß-Farbtöne auf enteisigten Stielen, mehlduzende grüne Eichhörnchen-Ohrblätter zögerlich knospen zart und verletzlich.

Crystal Barker
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gray sky cracks apart sun opens its golden eye sleepy dragon wakes

Angela Thomas
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You can’t satisfy everyone so just try to satisfy YOU first.

Aristotle Massos
3.3/5

Turn all your sadness your pain into strength to move forward towards YOU.

Aristotle Massos

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