Month: July 2016

Poems by Sayan Aich Bhowmik

In My Dreams   With hourly news updates, My old city bleeds a little. The guns go off like, Sirens announcing lunch at the warehouse. A curfew has been imposed on spring, And the flowers do not even wink at the bees. News...

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Poems by Prerna Bakshi

Haiku   Visiting my ancestral home across the border – only the peepal  tree stands   Exile   They tell me it’s my country, yet nothing about this place reminds me of my own. Even the country I thought was my own,...

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Poems by Kamal Kumar Tanti

The day I lost my own land   A first glimpse appears through my childhood magnifying glass, As seating over a hard stone, near to our own land. I remember my parents weeping and consoling each other, As the bulldozer had...

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Poem by Alisa Velaj

The death of water Water won’t die Only its brightness dies In the Sunrise This is why Sunrise is so special Because with hunger intermingles many colors, Through the surprising death of water Together with the scent and feet of...

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Poems by Rita Stanzione

In rows   If all of us were in rows imagine the moment evacuated from the origins and pain in the eyes from unknown irises all of us looking for a way with worms in the our stomachs and pieces of us detaching  ...

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