Month: December 2015

Poems by Abin Chakraborty

 Love in the Time of Terror   Your visage as the snow of Kashmir Beckons my heart in exile. And words as waves on Jhelum and its turns Ripple on the burnt apple-orchards of soul. And each of your steps now weave, Gold-fire...

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Born Sick by Shafinur Shafin

Born Sick   I didn’t see how the fighter fish killed other fishes and ate them up in the aquarium. There was a pencil sketch of three fishes on the wall. A fish among those came out successfully from the whirling motion.  ...

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Poems by Adyasha Das

Thoughts of Sky   My constant companion, you azure sky Teaching me the mantra of life A parikrama of  the journey on earth Through endless trials and tribulations To merge with the dust in the end With you as my shroud  forever....

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Poems by Ajise Vincent

METAMORPHOSIS III   Like a connoisseur revamping a Bard’s manuscript, Let me edit the scribbles of your he(art), the riddles of your inactions, the incoherences of your trust, with the staunch elements of love. let me...

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Poems by Dalton Souvato Heera

SHAHJADEE   Ooh, dear, I’d forgotten the aroma carried by a Armenian “marchandea’, and the Tuzuk bai with their longed hoofed ponytail heres over!I bet, didn’t sell them to “Chadnichak,”...

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