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How To Cook With Poetry In the Hot Sizzling Summer Heat
Angel Padilla writes love poem to cool off the soul when the heat is too hot. He is one the new poets in a Philadelphia on-line poetry collective.
By: MEL BRAKE PRESS
Padilla read his poem, " The Allegory of Man and Love: We are the Water" cascades down a parched throat and body like being in a shower of love and serenity. He is a high school but writes with the maturity of a sage who knows more than he lets on.
We are the water,
We are the peace,
We are the twelve gallons of abundant happiness.
We are the water my love,
You and I,
We are the water.
Another truly amazing and prophectic poet lives in Zimbaabwe who writes about the second revolution in Egypt prior to the event. Tendai Mwanaka must have foresaw these events. In addition, we welcome the poetry of Linda Woolven from Canada whose poetry will make you foget about the long hot days of summer.
And rounding out the Summer Edition, we have our venerable and most appreciated poets who have presented thier works in previous editions of Mel Brake Press: National S. Rounds, Sy Roth and Bruce McRae.
Of course, we do not want to forget new commer but not to poetry, the work of Louis Marvin.
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