Month: December 2015

Poems by Inguna Brazil

To My Far Away Sister   Every evening I wait for our meeting . You are so far and same time so close; I think I can hear Your voice and Your laugh ; We can praise to days technology for this wonder ; The twenty first...

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Poems by Fotis Nikolaou

Heliopause   At the end of a blue giant’s life, an alien and a spaceman migrate to an American –football- shaped galaxy. At the point of no return, they must continue their journey in order to survive. Although their paths...

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Poems by Umarani Jayaraj

The Dissonant Void   With his robust sprawling bare-feet stamped hard over her pliable textures in a selfless outlook he was good at and a calm ‘khaavi” draped holy dhoti the old man with a messy grey beard with his three...

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Poems by Don Beukes

Oupa   I bet my dubious shades guide your eagle eyes upwards to discover the owner behind all the misguided mayhem widespread, citizens’ neglect, They, hungry for a dismal drop from the political gravy train, You,...

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Poem by Allison Grayhurst

Golden Eagle Awakened from my dying on the barren hill. I speak my mind, and I am pulled off course, rejected in my honesty, as though I had no right to drum my dream, as though silence and the undercurrent of resentment,...

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