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Poems by Mallika Bhaumik

    Of city tales and crayon images The mid morning buzz is about to mellow when the fish vendor's familiar voice sweeps the lanes and by...

Three Poems by Jaya Abraham

    Story of a brooch Every Saturday evening My grandmother was busy Ironing her whites crisp Scolding me with every fold For inheriting her husband's Dark skin and dark thoughts. Folding her...

Four Poems by Arvilla Fee

      Can I Get a Refund?   eyes blurry from lack of sleep, a toddler up at o’dark thirty, snot and tears and tug-of-war over a pair of shoes, a pop...

Ekphrastic Poems – By Debasish Lahiri

    Empty City  Full of my city, I sit empty. If I could visit all the places where I had emptied myself and rummage through that dear rubble of hours so many had cast...

Poems by Taylor Dibbert

    House of Cards Getting married Too quickly Means building A life inside A house of cards And then everything Falls apart And things burst Into flames And he hopes That he'll Always remember The...

Poems by Michael Kfoury

   Artistic Integrity Our wedding album is going to be an album, a debut L.P because I want to spend your father’s money on something stupid...

Poems by Arvilla Fee

      The Past   “Fear not for the future, weep not for the past.” ~Percy Bysshe Shelley   Is it water, a slow wearing away of a hardened stone?   Is it fire, burning down the...

Two Poems by Ralph Culver

    The New Man At night, preparing for sleep, he faces himself in the mirror, and the image before him becomes gradually more foreign, more remote,...

Poems by Prathibha Nandakumar

    Paint me a forest First, I said I am a kaleidoscope. If he turned me around, he could discover changing patterns and colours. He said he...

Poems by John Grey

    The Living and the Dead  It is a river that bears drowning victims as well as the souls of Algonquin ancestors, and its current is endless liquid...

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