Corona Virus – What Our Dreams Are Trying To Tell Us

  By Catherine Lieuwen   In the first dream I had, I tested positive for Coronavirus.  Delirious, I woke up and fell to my knees, praying.  I...

Sparkling Form – By Pavle Radonic

    1. Escaping the sh_tholes for a place in the Sun Adjacent table at KV the other day a couple of Indian lads chatting over lunch,...

God in Poetry : Does He exist in the Postmodern Anarchic World? – ...

  Father! Thou must lead. Do Thou, then, breathe those thoughts into my mind By which such virtue may in me be bred That in...

A Bodhisattva-in-Training Contemplates Kathmandu’s Rude Motorcyclists – By Michael G. Smith

  At the end of the row of Tibetan Buddhist monks, the cantor chants a prayer. Clashing Sil Nyan cymbals together, another monk adds an...

Elusive Dream – By Joe Bakovsky

  Baseball has always been my favorite pastime.I learned the principals of this game when I would visit my grandparents at the innocent age of...

Looking beyond the Raj era literary narratives – By Mitali Chakravarty

  A re-appraisal of the colonial era literary constructs is very much the need of the hour in all cultures that endured stereotyping under long...

The Newsroom Look – By Rey Armenteros

  I wish I could put neckties in the wash. It is pointless to talk about it now. On a whim, that was exactly what...

The Cloak of Invisibility – By Dustin Pickering

  Poets often reflect that poetry emerges from the character of the poet.  As Americans are awash in the forces of contemporary life, there is...

It’s Diwali…Kali Puja…Deepavali…Let’s Celebrate! By Mitali Chakravarty

  When I was a child - way back in the 1970s - I was entranced by festivities on Diwali. On one hand, there were...

Where has all the laughter gone? – By Mitali Chakravarty

  There was a time when limericks and humorous poetry made us laugh, when ‘Laughter is the Best Medicine!’ brought tears of merriment to multiple...

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