Nika McGuin

Gold Star - 5,036 Points (12/01/89 - present / Louisiana)

Nika McGuin Poems

201. Soul Of Magnolias 4/26/2018
202. Star-Lace 9/25/2017
203. Salty Stew: Aka Unequally-Yolked 5/16/2017
204. Birds Of Paradise 3/14/2014
205. I Am Not Catholic 2/24/2014
206. The Vulture's Pet 4/24/2018
207. Slice Of Life 3/15/2014
208. We'Ve Met 4/3/2014
209. Right As Rain 3/29/2014
210. Philosopher's Wing 3/30/2014
211. Internal Photographs 4/22/2018
212. Earthling 2/10/2014
213. Beautiful Dream 1/16/2014
214. Assembling The Puzzle 3/1/2014

Comments about Nika McGuin

  • Subhas Chandra Chakra Subhas Chandra Chakra (9/5/2017 12:33:00 AM)

    Congratulations poet for being awarded with something you deserved long ago.
    Your poem rejuvenates love for home and homely relations.
    Keep this spirit of inspiring us through your highly creative poems from time to time.

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  • Samuel Newton Samuel Newton (8/17/2017 1:55:00 PM)

    A Small Girl.. Excellent..

  • Lantz Pierre Lantz Pierre (1/21/2017 10:16:00 AM)

    Nika's poems speak with such an abundance of humble self-confidence that they are absolutely overwhelming. When I read her poems I feel as if I am in the same room with some well-known noted authority on some important subject, except that it's at a casual cocktail party where everyone is on a first name basis, utterly at ease and without a thought of wanting to impress anyone. Her diction is perfectly conversational, without the least hint of self-consciousness. It flows off the page, it gathers your interest and attention without the last demand or coercion. No false manners. No guarded politics. These poems exude a rare sense of charisma, of being interested in you, drawing you in with guileless charm. A thoroughly enchanting voice.

Best Poem of Nika McGuin

Assembling The Puzzle

The sounds of home greet me
the trickling sound of the fish tank
my mother's eccentric cackling
and my step father's loud voice
a voice that gets ignored all the same
and the discordant ticking of clocks
even the pace of time is slowed here

They say home is a place
where people take note of your absence
Its when you forget your own face
and what you look like doesn't matter
because you are kin, a tiny component
of one great warm existence,
but a crucial piece all the same

Home is something I take with me when I leave
it's a concrete part ...

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Blurred vision can be so beautiful
you see what you want to see
you squint, and its still magical
but eventually there are things
you need to see and know
that they are indeed real
and everyone is telling you
to get glasses because blurred,
perfectly beautiful vision-

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