Poem by Secret Genius


    Recognize fourth quarter announcement bold half time over stadium rumble crowd roars protest score ejected system yet this twisted game plays on… who is gon make it to the final round? don’t fumble with precious life of my people we survived a triangle of utter distraught telling us “go back home” but you […]

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Stone Soup Servings Presents: Peter Storey


  Stone Soup Servings is a regular series for Oddball Magazine that features upcoming performers at Stone Soup Poetry, the long-running spoken word venue in the Boston area that has partnered with Oddball Magazine. Stone Soup Poetry now meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery’s new location at […]

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Poem by Donal Mahoney


  At Bus Stops on Thanksgiving Day Before dawn, people who work on Thanksgiving Day wait in the wind for a bus to arrive or maybe not. It’s too cold to talk so the people stand like minutemen and plan a revolution that would shock nice families who drive by later, children tucked in scarves […]

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It’s All One Thing #56: 6th Great Mass Extinction


  We all feel it. At the meeting to plan to protest the evacuation of hundreds of Boston’s homeless Citizen’s because of the derelict bridge from Long Island the push was to get the new mayor to declare an emergency. Over a week after people were forced with no notice from their things, their clothes, […]

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Poem by Secret Genius


      Freedom Tower you may have choked the child but this family’s voice aint never gon drown strip us of weapons made for death sentence still we bear our rights now thru lethal civil unrest shocking resistance tried to disperse us by force left the scene limp but the crowd carried the torch […]

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