Malayalam Poetry : Bindu Krishnan’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation Series – 12 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on...

Malayalam Poetry : T P Rajeevan’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation – 4 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on view...

Malayalam Poetry : Kalpatta Narayanan’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation – 3 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on view...

Poems By Elza Neelima Mathew

    The Cellar of Forgetfulness It seems I don’t have the cellar of forgetfulness… He who gauged it right for the sky, for the earth, and may be...

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...

Malayalam Poetry : KA Jayaseelan’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation - 1 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator's Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on...

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...

Malayalam Poetry : Savithri Rajeevan’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation Series – 13 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on...

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...

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...

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