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They eat my God

by Marcus Goldberg I am a wicked sound that spoils the harmony the world so dull can’t understand it lives in vain

say No to democracy

by Diana Todea yells passing the Sabbath choir Muslim girls covered in death’s breath Israel praying in mud with fingers crossed my pagan ache is…

We are all Jews

by Diana Todea the right and wrong, the Christian tale collapse- the Germans look behind and hit the wall the Jews enslaved

English Poems

by Gene Tanta [USA] pentru versiunea română a acestui text click aici Back in Romania, I knew a gypsy boy named God who carved words…

Standardland

by Valery Oisteanu [USA] The City Where It Was Illegal to  Die Standardland is hot and dry. The  asphalt melts under your shoes and seems…

Eventide

by Alexandru Potcoavă [Romania] translated from Romanian by Graham Mummery & Alina-Olimpia Miron [MTTLC student]   “How’s my darling wife?” Colonel Petrescu’s vodka-soaked voice roared…

The Seagull

by Victor Loghin [Romania] translated from Romanian by  Doris Plantus-Runey and Alina Roşu [MTTLC student] edited by Robert Fenhagen pentru versiunea română click aici “…The presence…