Poems by Duane Anderson

    You will bring sunshine into someone’s life. That is me, sunshine man, bringing sunshine into someone’s life, walking on top of the world, surrounding myself with others, each interacting...

Poems by Mini Babu

   I am a Store I am a store open for sale. The takers marvel at my deals, and the goods offered for sale. At times, an acquaintance passes, “How...

Two poems by Dawn Bratton

    Sweet Oblivion Sweet, sweet Oblivion, master and creator of my fate it is you I am seeking, it is you who has been seeking me it is...

Poems by Peycho Kanev

    Dark Off I am still in the old dingy neighborhood, waiting for the skies to turn into cashmere. Ice-cream trucks play baroque symphony, and the brown kids outside...

Poems by Feng Yan

    Seeing the mist again I did not hear my childhood nickname When smoke rose from kitchen chimney Beside lake in foreign land Willow trees embankment, sun setting Birds song...

Poems by Jaya Abraham

    Lot's wife She held a lot, The morning hues The mows of the herd, The soft flap of the wind Against the tent roofs And the smell of bread Fresh from...

Two Poems by Swati Moheet Agrawal

    Girl Child Circa 1983 Mumbai, the era I was born, the time a girl child was frowned upon. A squalling baby, unsightly and hairy, far from a fairy, jilted and spurned. Howling...

Poems by Shyamasri Maji

    After a hundred years, Mr. Eliot! The myopic glasses couldn’t recognise Hale. The church bells tolled aloud. He forgot to remember her, or remembered to forget the...

Poems by John Grey

  2.00 A.M. At 2.00 a.m., I lie awake and listen to the night while you sleep on beside me, while trees in darkness are embraced by a dream many years old, that...

Poems by Colin Ian Jeffery

  Russia’s war invading Ukraine (March 2022)Monstrous Putin, bloody Russian dictator, wading in blood Vile creature isolated in ivory tower using murder and terror Oppressing own people, greedy...

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