Poems by Ana Nikvul

  Translated by Danijela Trajković   Apricot When you come back from lunch honey come to see apricot has blossomed my father planted it when I was a kid thunder halved it once but...

Poems by Yuan Changming

  Accident            Fiction hit The fact hard, and ran     With truth per se Being the only witness   Listening to the Wind You left there...

Catullus in London – A Poem by Rehan Qayoom

  Introductory Note by the author : Catullus succeeded in his aim to make it ever impossible to pinpoint the identity of his beloved and yet...

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...

The Stories We Tell Ourselves: A Look Through the Lenses of Zen Buddhism and...

  In his poem Can Palat W.S. Merwin reminisces about an abandoned, hillside farmstead he encountered as a young man. On a terrace he finds an...

Three Poems by Megha Sood

  Out of Sync How the body moves shatters, into zillion specks of glass powered and brushed to its core but still every speck of it can pinch and draw blood can...

Poems by Robert Beveridge

  Climb Tired biceps flex, fingers struggle. Hours of darkness, of rope. Still no light above. There is a deep attraction in relaxation, the power of...

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...

Three Poems from Jacobo the Turko : A Novel in Verse by Phillip...

  Introductory Note: Following are the three inaugural poems from Jacobo the Turko: A Novel in Verse, which recounts the misadventures of Jacobo Bitar, an Ecuadorian of indigenous...

Two Poems by Suchoon Mo

    Two Shadows two shadows side by side shoulder to shoulder on the lonely road to the gallows I wonder which one is mine     Sarah Jane she had no face she had no voice I knew...
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