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Poems by Michael Angel Martin

Cholina  When my mother dies I learn I never knew her. But she told me two stories, two girlhood miracles.   At ten she saves her family from a crocodile stalking in...

Malayalam Poetry : Sreekumar Kariyad’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation Series – 30 Translated by Aditya Shankar More than any other genre in Malayalam literature, poetry has articulated the profound contradictions of...

Poems by Rony Nair

  Heb-do look onward on homing gulls, guns arriving in somnolence. your poet mourns his twin tower ebb, while wordsmiths mash six adverbs a breath. with tepid rafts one sees...

Poems by Galen Cunningham 

        Leveled, Beveled, the Lover   The people I love absolutely love to bevel my love. The people I cannot help but love make me question  everything called love,...

Poems by Gavin Bourke

    The Lighthouse, On the Green Thomas Taylor’s, phenomenal gift, to his father, a mock lighthouse, not facing, seas, or oceans, but endless, fertile, green fields, hunts, races, grazing sheep and...

Malayalam Poetry : V. M. Girija’s Poems

  Malayalam Poetry in Translation Series – 10 Translated by Aditya Shankar (Translator’s Note: The finest of contemporary Malayalam poetry represents the latest poetic sensibility that is on...

Two Ancient Sumerian Elegies in English – By Tikva Hecht

  Author's Note: These elegies were originally written in Sumerian and are dated circa 1700 BC, making them among the oldest known written texts in the...

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...

Five Poems By David Lohrey

    A Good Paddling Yes, it was better back then, far better to be alive. They put the groceries on a conveyer belt at the 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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