Month: October 2016

Poem by Gulraj Bedi

 Fading Away…. It symbolizes sadness, they say But I’ve never seen such a beauty in decay Remains of summer, still smouldering They cling there, on the branches And see the world turning gray Greyish mist smothers the...

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Poem by David Houston

Paternity Suite   Is this a gem-like flame I see before me or a lucid stone whose echoed sparkles’ fire is cold? The only living crackles here come from a turning page. It might be good for kindling, but won’t easily catch...

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Poems by Brandon Marlon

Fata Morgana Come nightfall she kneels amid sedge and peers into the stream, anticipating her countenance yet taken aback by the nebulous reflection and surfeit of driftwood carried along the current, unsettling the ambience....

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Poems by Ayoola Goodness

Drums   (what gives us peace gives us wars)   A child hears the drums he closes into Africa peace dance and the gracefulness in fine movements his mother taught him…   he opens his eyes and finds his legs...

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