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L’ enemigu / The Enemy by Xe M. Sánchez

[tabby title="Poem"] Dellos especialistesfalen d’intelixencia de grupu.Nun conozo rebañu daluregaláu col Premiu Nobelde lliteratura-nin de medicina-.El mundiu enteru ta acoyonáucon un enemigu desconocíu,tarrecible y silenciosu,y dellos,tan camentando namáicon qué van a llimpiase’l so culu.Naguaba por escribir un poema,pero nun atopo...

Metal on dust by Nkateko Masinga

[tabby title="Poem"] to laugh in the face of imminent death,i wear silver to disguise that i am dustwaiting to be put back into the ground my mother, from whom i was dug outthree decades ago, thrashing in protestjust as any...

Song for Spring by Tamar Gvelesiani

[tabby title="Poem"] Wings of life swirls gently in my brain,Touches and smells it like tears of sacred rain,Pours sanctity from heavenTo ease all the woundsThat made the earth fade away. These daysI feel nothing but the non-existenceIn the space with...

Tavern Chronicles by Motswalo Manasoe

[tabby title="Poem"] No...you will not find apologies here.Just more clarifications of where you went wrong,You see a tavern was never made for young boys like youJust old men to drown their sorrows. Maybe we've spoken enough about the boys, who...

Birdcage by Ava Larson Gallegos

[tabby title="Poem"] I’m safe inside of my personal birdcage,Away from the despair, sickness and rage.But my birdcage is getting too small,Quarantined inside my four walls.Oh how i long to step outside and into the joys of the busy lifeBut i...