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poems by Jade Riordan

Winter Carousel   If I crack open an imported coconut & carousel horses stream out like gold embossed milk. If I sip the milk-paint from…

poems by John Grey

My Wife and I at the Symphony   Five women in the orchestra, she counts them like the conductor counts time. Two violin, one cello,…

The Wind Blows Against Them

by Z. I. Sadeq In the mist of emerald forests, Upon banks of crimson creeks, Beneath limbs of yellow tulipwood, At the foot of smoky…

Anon goes for a walk

by Mario Șerban “to be – a doomful madness with crippling despair. to exist – a professedly everlasting hesitation” When random thoughts remind him how…

poems by Patrick Hurley

[Non-Euclidean Shapes] picture tides and crowded landscapes of isolation   the flag of the desultory conquerors has fallen   insects of chance and empty space…

poems by Michael T. Smith

E T R A H   During the moon landing I was on earth But ever asked: how subjective is ‘here?’ At what point does…

poems by Cristina-Monica Moldoveanu

The Watchmaker’s Song   I. The first dream and the first chant of the young watchmaker It is only this wind’s chant Steeping deep in…

poems by Holly Day

            Arrogance   it ought to have altered my existence. I observed him bent above his composition, hours consumed informing minuscule granules of tinted sand…

Pupa

de Mario Șerban This is a narration of my self-induced dreaming experiment. Over the past few days, I have been experiencing several episodes of lucid…

The nothingnesses

by Paweł Markiewicz A poem from my drawerling, to wit red notebook 1998   what is a nothingness? solely an adumbration of the voidness –…