The Bard's Contrarian Bar

We are all told, “live your life to the fullest”;  I am here to do just that. The Bard's Contrarian Bard serves as a vessel to project my passions and clue in my loyal readers as to what inspires me in this crazy world. So, sit back, relax, and read on.

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A Sprightly Kitten Called Life

A Sprightly Kitten Called Life A sprightly kitten called Life spied the golden ball of yarn called We batted and teased and unloosed...

Fallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter Now you can be brave and you can be proud But we all live under a nuclear cloud And we could get buried in a nuclear...

New Poets Wednesday: Joe Grasso

Joe Grasso is s student at Post University in Waterberg, Connecticut. I Looked Upon Your Face Tonight By Joe Grasso I looked upon your...

New Poets Wednesday: Brian Cardrant

BRIAN CARDRANT IS A STUDENT AT POST UNIVERSITY IN WATERBERG, CONNECTICUT. HE IS ALSO A POLICE OFFICER AND A POET. IN HIS WORDS, “WRITING...

New Poets Wednesday: Kyrra Miller

Kyrra is a student at Post University located in Waterbury, Connecticut. The University offers classroom and online instruction. This...

New poets Wednesday: Priyanci Jain

My Floating Dream - By Priyanci Jain Very hard to realize But to be precise Once upon a time In the lands of wood I loved consulting...

Coming to your Kind Attentions

Good day, I am excited to announce the release of my third book, Coffee with the Bard: 2020 Blues on Tuesday, May 18th. I hope you can...

Remembering Zoe

For my daughters Amy Zoe and Brett One named after you and one whose heart was nearly broken when we nearly missed the train that took us...

New Poets Wednesday: Kathryn Wood

Kathryn Sharp Wood was raised near The Rivers of Appanoose County. After retirement she found she enjoyed playing with words that rhyme....

New Poets Wednesday: Jason Bradway

Wind by Jason Bradway Casually caressing my skin Racing through my hair Dancing across the grass Playfully swaying with no trace Running...

On the Que

Mirror Mirror I See You Whitey through the thin veneer of your cutting eyes And I explore the core of  your copious rage Rage that you...

New Poets Wednesday: Danielle Keen

Danielle Keen is an 18-year-old college sophomore attending Post University. She loves making all types of art, and is also interested in...

New Poets Wednesday: Angel Hoppe

As promised, here is our inaugural poem from our inaugural Poet, Angel Hoppe. Angel is an online student at Post University in Waterford,...

The aftermath

The Myth of Hidden Agenda We are not better than our dark behavior We are culpable in all regards On the other hand We are not worse...

 

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