Month: December 2018

The Moon’s Dahlia by Rehnuma Siddique

The last time they saw her, she had her melon-red dupatta lightly draped around like an ominous melody. Her eyes had the shine of newly polished diamonds; as if she had just seen something out of the sky. That wasn’t the only...

Read More

Poems by William Ruleman

The Judgment of Paris   Some fool falls for a femme and finds Old friends and kin have changed their minds   About his mind and character. “What on earth made you choose her?   We see you have made a tragic mistake.”...

Read More

Poems by Chador Wangmo

Paw Prints in My Heart   A small bundle of black Wagging his pointy white-tipped tail Conquered my heart When I was five.   “No strays!” My mom had yelled Little did she know how I felt Knowing he wasn’t mine to keep....

Read More

Poems by Adefolami Ademola

god, too, is bisexual   one sweltering saturday, when the verdant sky still had its translucent light god woke, aroused, groggy from creation and craving the luscious feel of masculine touches he created, in his own image,...

Read More