Month: July 2016

Poem by Saadi Kawkab

  Runu   Runu, a keen blown ray; after all the amortise, got come to my yard, tried me to smear with warmth. Said, ‘Come on! Book your ticket for Kolkata.’ I couldn’t say her even; my feet can go sheerly to the...

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Poems by Fethi Sassi

Ache flutes   Really… I do not reflect on eternity But all the history is that I rebuke the wind in the introduced poem… I roister as god does in the poet‘s funeral ceremony I lie down on a tree border embracing baby fruit...

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Poems by Wale Ayinla

A night in roam   I can hear the voice of the stars in the silence of their thoughts. they are a cursing nation with their glitters piercing through the ocean as they sit on its bowel.   The moon shades memory of my past in...

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Poems by Usman Nurain Muhammad

HUNTED   Like wild animals wailing In a black forest chased Clogged by their trailer Cried until they hush Their hopes dashed Of a messiah’s mash Away he stays Corseted in many ways Out of his mother land he says He was expelled...

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Poems by John L. Stanizzi

NO MORE TROUBLE                                              Cuban Missile Crisis                                                October 12, 1962                                                October 28, 1962     It must be...

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