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Flowerpot Ash by Genady Arkhipau

[tabby title="Poem"] Quietly rad with cerulean blue, Park is deserted, left for Lone bicyclist stretching the edges, Whipping the city with angst. You float boringly confident, weightless A fish, that's too big for my net. By the magic of night...

Jewel Toned Memories by Michele Vecchitto

[tabby title="Poem"] Adorned in amethyst, tourmaline, or sapphire blue, the clothes she wears set off her silver-white hair and olive skin, unblemished by wrinkles or worry They match the sparkle in her eyes Truth lies there somewhere, deep in those...

The River Sings by SapiosexualMuse

[tabby title="Poem"] The day is young, Full of life and stirring me up Towards the river that my father warned me about Not once, But every time, the banks vomited One more lifeless body and threw our town into mourning...

Gender Canticle: A Transgender Prayer by Charl Landsberg

[tabby title="Poem"] My gender is a history, woven into my mother's clothes. My gender is that of a haunted girl, and the ghost of a boy who never lived. My gender is bell, book, and candle, a prayer to the...

Ghana-Afrika 1997 by Makhanda Senzangakhona

[tabby title="Poem"] I wandered in Ghana Beneath the Marble Arch Of Justice and peace, Past Nkrumah’s far-flung-foresight Before Du Bois’ Stoic and stony final seat I meandered, among Kente draped ways and the sun-splashed Art Centre, I waded through, The...