Month: October 2016

Poems by NDUE UKAJ

Utopia Everything is different, in the horizon the Sun is crumbled The crumbles remained on the earth’s heart like triumphant arrows. We can’t recognize the colors through the wind caressing the memory We do not read poetry in...

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Blue Moon by Sudhanshu Chopra

  It’s my fifth cup of coffee. I’ve been at work for barely an hour and my trips to the vending machine are already totaling more than the number of times my nagging boss has called me into his office. People...

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Burmese Poems by Han Lynn

THE WHEELS KEPT ON SPINNING AFTER THE BIKE’S FALL   Everything you’ve heard Must be about me.   When butchering, A different stroke for a different meat— This much I know. Must make sure the butchered flesh Doesn’t...

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