Monday, February 17, 2020

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...

When Earth and Sky Intermingle : Science and Poetry – By Michael G. Smith

Poetry has never revealed its full face to anyone. Its beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. It defies any attempt at a...

Malayalam Poetry : Rafeeq Ahamed’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation – 7 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on view...

2 Poems by Zoran Pešić Sigma

  Translated by Danijela Trajković   The World is an Infinite Black Mattress The world is an infinite black mattress on which small gray beings jump occasionally God angry calm down...

Minimalist Poetry : Elmedin Kadric

    his word on paper an eggshell missing a prayer  ** grown to rain on alone ** of each fragrance not with it ** dry hush of leaves laid off ** blue dusk the...

Malayalam Poetry : N. G. Unnikrishnan’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation Series – 14 Translated by Aditya Shankar The history of modern Malayalam poetry is a narrative of continuous innovation, gradual emancipation from...

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...

Stuttered Budding in Six Poems – By George Angel

  I write to my friend who wears his indignation like a paper hat he thinks makes him look ridiculous. He says, "Who am I to ask others to listen to me?" But...

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...

I will Run I will Live – A Poem by Rimli Bhattacharya

  I will run I will live His words rang in her mind – “I never loved you” . She closed her ears, To...

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