Thursday, February 20, 2020

Bamboo – A Poem by Sumana Roy

  Bamboo We like things without bones. We like things that dissolve inside our mouths the way life seems to have dissolved into this world. For death might not...

Poems by Luke Hankins

In Luke's poems, the words  move across the page creating a visual, visceral parallel to the syntactical rhythm of the text. The eye moves...

No Such Thing As Distance – Karen Paul Holmes

  Review by Lynn Alexander   When you enter Karen Paul Holmes’s poetry, you travel a path between love and death, joy and anguish, gravity and humor—the...

Malayalam Poetry : Rafeeq Ahamed’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation – 7 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on view...

Malayalam Poetry : S. Joseph’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation Series – 11 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on...

When Earth and Sky Intermingle : Science and Poetry – By Michael G. Smith

Poetry has never revealed its full face to anyone. Its beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. It defies any attempt at a...

Poems by Sanjeev Sethi

  Two Views Chronicles I cached in encephalon were cliffhangers needing to be newscast as lading of hush-hush leads to easement. To undress emotionally to a couldn’t...

Malayalam Poetry : Ashalatha’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation – 6 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on view...

Malayalam Poetry : N. Prabhakaran’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation – 2 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on view...

The Story of the Cat That Drank the Sea

Poem: Riyaz Qurana Translated from Tamil by: Rajesh Subramanian The drop that was sucked this afternoon was the last one. The sea went dry. From the moment the...

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