Month: April 2016

Dear Omar by Saima Rashid

Hey look here! see that I am smiling! But do you think that means I am happy? I am not. You’re having one hell of an illusion. By the way, have you ever heard about cognitive illusions? I am sure you haven’t. Yesterday my uncle...

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Poems by Clifford Brooks

The Lasting Melody Made of God (dedicated to Fahim Ali)   When our species decided to discover an accessible deity, one song was slung across an abyss we suspected was only dead space.   What we uncovered was another culture....

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Poems by Bea Litherland

  Scientific Faith Does antimatter matter? I would think it does. The symmetrically perfect Illusion lasts. Matter is the canvas That antimatter mirrors To annihilate at a  given place and time. Perhaps there is anti- me Which...

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Poems by Fernando Carrera

THE BLACKBERRY BUSH BURNS   The wood consumes itself in a fatigue of ashes not the light   I am what you are not dust anymore   Light of light, the fire speaks     NOTE   I bear you within, it’s true. As years go by, your...

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Poems by Abhijit Bera

Court of Crows   Town belongs to the crows. The skies also… We’re imprisoned to them as we’ve axed the old banyan tree in front of our house.   Tomorrow is our judgment day… and it’s in their Court!   The verdict has just come...

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