Poems by Subin Ambitharayil

  Translated from Malayalam by Ra ShMermaid Once, in a dream, I had to traverse on foot a sea seething with fish. Though I walked far, though it was a dream, I...

Poems by Praveen Prasad

  Translated from Malayalam by Ra ShMan and bananaA man and a banana tree are not similar. Though at first glance their posture is the same, the man and...

Five Prose Poems – By Craig Czury

    One Has Only to live long enough and opa! anything will happen.                          ...

Poems by Bogan Sankar

 Translated from Tamil by Nakul Vāc  Prophet for Twisted TimesAfraid I had put the wrong foot forward I went back a square. "Retreating not allowed for a...

Photo Haiku – By Gabriel Rosenstock

  Photos by Mahesh Balasubramanian . 1. Jai Mahal will it too vanish like the last bird of evening   2. sitting outside one's door . . . known as sitting meditation  3. we will be as birds...

Poems by J. D. Nelson

      was there something in the room with the elephant?                     as deep as the night would...

Five Poems By Cameron Morse

    Focal Seizures These small smells that last a few seconds little signals signposts whiffs of the trail he’s picking up on the narrative thread lost trailhead * A warrior forages wild mushrooms Peels,...

Poems By Kerry Shawn Keys

   Karma Queerly odd, he was to some and clearly odd to others, and to the one he loved best a contrary or a squirrel, no less. To himself, he...

Tanka by Gabriel Rosenstock

  Gabriel Rosenstock’s Tanka Series – 10 * 1. to the very end learning the grammar of love my only duty             examine me, i’m ready  ...

Poems by Gavin Bourke

    So I shot Myself in The Face I went to the garden and it didn’t go so well,         So I shot Myself...

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