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A Loving Touch Feeds You by Himanshu Ranjan

[tabby title="Poem"] With each breath, I remember,the rings on the tree of my lifehidden to the outside world. Some are dark, others greyand at some places, it hurts.They form my identity. I am growing day by day,though it seems otherwise.The...

THIS IS NOT HOME by Ehinomen Marie

[tabby title="Poem"] This is not homeAshes snowing and crackers glowingRusty dust with musty rustEerie silence of weary absenceBlistering heat and battering bullets This is not homeLong nights and wrong lightsBare feet in ayre beachWandering eyes with watery whysWhooshing sighs of...

BUTTERFLY EYES by Lee Evans

[tabby title="Poem"] I live in a glass house.When I leave home, I cannot see--everything is a blur. Dependent on my fixity,I yearn for the great beyond.I have wings to fly away. Seeking gardens of delight,fluttering flower to flower--such is my...

Life Pressed by Kenneth Cahall

[tabby title="Poem"] Ether steam arrivesIts task, dissolveand erase; Nowgone as yesterday Detritus flung, discarded;A lifePressed levelTo a burial mound TheColorsBloated,Poisoned; the cultQuietGoneNo longerNeedy [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Kenneth Cahall lives with the necessary amount of angst and ego to submit poems...

Ink for an Easel by Aaishah Mayet

[tabby title="Poem"] A fountain pen sashays in convivial scrawlSmudges as Ideals of origami birds soarOn mists of celestial hopeDefying a terrestrial realitySemi-colon;The scratch of the nib bends in bestial acknowledgementOf a bus, proverbialOf sentiments, controversialExclamation mark!And the lack of a...