Monthly Archives: September 2019

Read Poetry by Girish Gupta

I walk in the shadow of a cloud of you, of your memories screaming loud Of us, of that night and of the pedals of my car Of my foot on accelerator while the break’s a little far Of you, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE SWAN, by Jackie M

The Swan glides effortlessly across the River The only sign, rings on the water that look as though the River shivers Six cygnets by their side Protecting their young, their eyes cast far and wide. Fear for their young makes … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Gyroidal Women, by Aurora Eden

It comes as no surprise that we turn away from this whirl How we burn and turn through the Kali Yuga, Spinning as women do As the time comes to observe what we’re making With our hands and breath— Past … Continue reading

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Read Poem: HE LOOKS HUMAN TO ME, by Elly Paul A. Tomas

the news megaphones he is sporting a new look i wanted to react like WTF, is that even news? he is buying wet market carcasses in candid photos gamely like it was not expected for him to do so like … Continue reading

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Read Poem: OUR LEGACY?, by Andrew Smith

I think about the future, I think about the past, I think about the little ones, That seem to grow up fast, I think about their years to come, And the world in which they’ll live, And I think about … Continue reading

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Read Poem: NinE, by Aaron Lee Graves

I just received some new batteries to kick-start my heart, I’m not writing for flatteries because it’s actually a tragedy—that I’ve been living like I’m dead. I’ve been given a sedative but it’s time for me to let live; let … Continue reading

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Read Poem: About Her, by Lawrence Mathebula

Days in my thinking place, thee I saw only Faces of her;she stays than I do in me. How long’s the day? The hours, slowly seep! How long the night? I struggle, to fall asleep! It’s more yourself, it occurs, … Continue reading

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