1. The Queen aka HelChild Perth Poetry Club 2014

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    This is a special audience with The Queen aka Helchild @ the Perth Poetry Club on 7 September 2014. Helchild is a Comedian, MC!!!! performance poet, Director/ MC of CHAOS CLUB & vis artist. Helchild is also the alter-ego of Australian Prime Minister BALONEY ABBOTT. Please like Helchild on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Helchild/140088412725718 For more information about the Perth Poetry Club go to: http://themoon.com.au/events/perth-poetry-club/ The Video in this movie is shot by Alex Bainbridge from the Socialist Alliance Perth http://www.socialist-alliance.org/ and by James Rendell. Still Photography by CADT Photography www.caer-awen.org.au and is provided here as a free service for the community. This is a Fagmedia Production www.fagmedia.com.au for Perth Gay News www.perthgaynews.com

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    • Perth Poetry Club 3

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      This is the 3rd movie features Poets from the Perth Poetry Club @ the Moon Cafe on 6th September 2014 For more information about the Perth Poetry Club go to: http://themoon.com.au/events/perth-poetry-club/ Photography by Farbod & James Rendell. Photography provided by CADT Photography as a free service for the community. www.caer-awen.org.au This is a Fagmedia Production www.fagmedia.com.au for Perth Gay News www.perthgaynews.com

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      • Main Baghi hoon - Faraz Alee

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        Main Baghi Hoon is a tribute to all the struggle, courage and patience reflected by our people for a better change. A better Pakistan.

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        • "Reading in the Red" Poetry Reading

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          an excerpt from a poetry reading at In the Red Wine Bar, Phinney Ridge, Seattle, WA on July 20, 2014 at 4pm. All poems are original, read by Caroline N. Simpson

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          • Tsegyalgar 30th Anniversary Poetry Reading

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            Tsegyalgar 30th Anniversary Poetry Reading 15 July 2014 – Mocha Maya’s, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, USA Jim Bauerlein: My Home Color Longing The Burial Flat Fish Compost Doe Eyes He Who Laughs Last Peter Fortunato: Losar 2141: Greetings Buddhist Thoughts in Darkness Hawk Medicine Up at Khandroling Mary Gilliland: Offering the Body: The Practice of Chöd A grateful student song You Who Filled Louise Landes Levi: The Woman in Red H.M. and Me Poor Master She’s sincere, and harmless In frail morning, the simplistic window Pedro Gonzalez, 2004 Earthquakes

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            • Marilyn Chin, Toi Derricotte, and Percival Everett: The Voices of Women in American Poetry:

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              Moderated by Alice Quinn, Executive Director, Poetry Society of America. The Poetry of America’s 2014 national series The Voice of Women in American Poetry celebrates an enormous literary heritage. Distinguished contemporary poets—both male and female—will gather in five cities around the country to pay tribute to the immense achievement of a wide range of poets, from Phyllis Wheatley and Anne Bradstreet to Adrienne Rich and Lucille Clifton. In Los Angeles, join poets Marilyn Chin on Ai, Toi Derricotte on Anne Sexton and Percival Everett on Gertrude Stein. Co-presented with Poetry Society of America.

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              • Poetry These Voices

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                These Voices Days like this so cold and lonely When I can handle sleeping only Admonishments boom in my ear My loneliness is lost to fear I'm trapped in here down very deep One of the voices in the heap Of broken chances, vile dreams That pick and poke and pull my seams I try to bring me back again Instead, I hear some other men My own ear can't hear my call My plea just echoes down the hall I must take care to look the part Of a normal, human work of art Not the mess of tangled wires Shorting out and causing fires That burn me down from inside out And from the flames I hear a shout It sounds like...Oh, my God, I see! If I kill them, I'm killing me. © 2013 Nicholas Emeigh This is a poem by Nicholas Emeigh, a writer and artist from Philadelphia, PA. You can see more writing, art, and design at my website: http://nemeigh.weebly.com

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                • Poetry: Toxic Friends

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                  Toxic Friends If you find me dead or dying Shoot the winning shot. There's no use in thinking twice, I've given all I've got. The hot revolver burns my face, It sizzles on my skin. If you are any friend to me, You'll shoot and do me in. The good fight that has long been fought Will bring me martyrdom. I fucked up the first two shots, Add one and three's the sum. © 2013 Nicholas Emeigh This is a poem by Nicholas Emeigh, a writer and artist from Philadelphia, PA. You can see more writing, art, and design at my website: http://nemeigh.weebly.com

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                  • Poetry: The End of the World

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                    The End of the World If the world was ending soon, And we can't yet live on the moon, I'd gather loved ones in a room To ride through the impending doom. Grateful that I lived for love, Have seen the proof in God above, And witnessed greatness in the raw, So not to fear the martial law That may or may not happen when The world comes to an end, and then... © 2013 Nicholas Emeigh This is a poem by Nicholas Emeigh, a writer and artist from Philadelphia, PA. You can see more writing, art, and design at my website: http://nemeigh.weebly.com

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                    • Poetry: Unearthly

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                      Unearthly Wave your arm and soften steel puddles form where fingers touch Walking backward, toe to heel Leaning on a beer-stained crutch Though I’ve had some bad ideas Though sometimes I say too much I can say you look at me as something here for you to touch Edges blur and lights look fun and now I’m laying in your bed If I had legs, I’d surely run, but blood is rushing to my head Then waves appear to carry me And all my cares go up in smoke I turn and tell you, let me be But in your arms is where I woke Once again the waves appear and lap against electric light Sparks are coming far too near Too close, too hot, unearthly bright © 2013 Nicholas Emeigh This is a poem by Nicholas Emeigh, a writer and artist from Philadelphia, PA. You can see more writing, art, and design at my website: http://nemeigh.weebly.com

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