Existential Threat : Poems by Thomas Piekarski

  Existential Threat How do we expunge turpitude of onerous ogres who would subvert our hard-won independence?                  How so...

The Song of the Melancholic – By Rimli Bhattacharya

  The Song of the Melancholic She sat, She wrote, The song of the melancholic. She knew – No one will read her, The world is buoyant today. But she – She...

Desperate Seeker – Poems by Gary Beck

  Oops Before the internet idiots were shunned as soon as they brayed. Now the world wide web lets world wide dolts babble endlessly, bully viciously, clog the electronic flow with meaningless drivel, hiding behind...

Poems by Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad

  The Lone Transmuter On most days she is soft curled Medusa her locks big animated S-es insistent question marks buoyant ends curving into snake-eyed C-s inky chocolate in the shade haloed red...

Poems by Shubham Agarwal

  1. the still air cools down breathing heavily the window is a vessel holding the evening what calls out forgets counting the numbers one after the crowd jeers for the unnamable lying upside...

Poems by Robert Wexelblatt

  Oneirology A dream from this morning, a lecture dream. For once, there were no jokes, no digressions or asides, not even one for instance. My...

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...

Poems by DS Maolalai

  Toujours toujours it's saturday afternoon, hot on a long weekend and here I am walking up clanb. st, watching as the traffic knocks dust off the air like...

Four Poems By Edward L. Canavan

  how close false moves undermined by truth the heart knows the lie a little better each time around falling one way burning the other the unwavering certainty of loneliness to follow but nothing...

Five Poems by Rony Nair

  An Actress dies At a Wedding One by one they pass away leaving you and me, apart in tether. measuring gauges of feeling once imbued. weighed holdalls....

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