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Poem: It’s A Wonderful Taste

By: Anthony J. Langford

divine light

Streaming slates of light
Room encrusted gold
Music soars, billowing
Even in silence
Possibilities in motion
There’s a feeling
Stronger than love
Not from within
But externalized
Expanding to the horizon
And beyond.

Life is never so pure
Than in hope
With dreams on the edge
Existence to taste
Something from within
Raises high
And out
For you to Share
And in that delicious, fleeting moment
You know you are alive.


Anthony J. Langford lives in Sydney, writes novels, stories, poetry and creates video poems. He is a 2014 Pushcart Prize Nominee. Recent publications include Five Poetry Magazine, Forge Journal and The Glass Coin. He works in television and has made short films, some screening internationally. A novella, Bottomless River (2012) and a poetry collection, Caged without Walls (2013) are out through Ginninderra Press.

Much of his work at




  1. I picture a writer sitting at his desk, chewing his pen, trying to think of what to write, and then an idea comes, and with that idea hope, hope that this idea will lead to a great story.

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