2 Poems by Ruth Young

  Thomas   You came in after dark And stayed until early morning, Creeping in softly as on tiny cat feet To steal my heart away unexpectedly, While I was washing...

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...

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...

Two Poems by Kalyani Bindu

  My Imagination of You My imagination of You departs like an impending recollection of a dream- a narrative between shadows, colorless with welcoming, stretchable dimensions, lily shadows in...

Four Poems By Kevin Casey

  Chemistry We mix, though a true solution eludes us: at best we blend in suspension, debating as to which is the solute, which the solvent, until one...

Poems by Robert Wexelblatt

  Daydream If I could play the piano and speak Italian I don’t think I’d do anything else, not if I had Bill Evans’ hands and Mastroianni’s voice. If...

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 Aakriti Kuntal

  Snapshot of an afternoon From the blunt white eye of mid-afternoon protrudes an airiness An invisible, continuously morphing, ductile sense of relief Flowers perch above the breeze's invisible ear Immersed in a...

Two Poems by Michael G. Smith

  A Bodhisattva-in-Training Contemplates Self-Denial i. Only years later did Ching An realize burning off two fingers would not lead to enlightenment. But two millenia before, having left his father’s palace, the Buddha figured...
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