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All in a spoon by Salimah Valiani

[tabby title="Poem"] All in a spoon A small teaspoon,A teaspoon twice its size:What can one dothe other cannot? A small teaspoon can train the mind toeat less eat slowerA small teaspoon can stretchl e s s f o o d...

Irony by Themesha Khan

[tabby title="Poem"] Planted as a seedMy sapling roots forged into the earthMy majestic canopy swung high across the thicketAnd became a throne to nature’s flyersFriended by the fauna and flora of the woodsI was a hearth to a pulsating eco-system...

Midnight Equilibrium by Himanshu Ranjan

[tabby title="Poem"] My spirit honks at odd hours of the night.I wake up and see the running time.It doesn’t give way. Just like the Prussian bluecolor of the chemicals, I taught the other day -unusually bright. It envelops the letters...

I Am by Teekay

[tabby title="Poem"] Growth is inevitable,An equivalent to construction.Thus a mistake can be corrected,Yet if only memories could be relived,The outcome might be different. As I dive into my being,Having conversations with God,Curious why I live to please,The answer was bitter...

Hatchet Toss by Joseph S. Pete

[tabby title="Poem"] No survivalist,no woodsman,no wilderness expert,he chucked hatchet after hatchetat the wooden plyboard target. Thwock, thwock, thwock.He tossed throwing hatchetafter throwing hatchetuntil his arm was noodly and sore. It was supposed to be fun.It was supposed to be something.It...