A Monochrome of Matters by Labiba Alam

[tabby title="Poem"] The sun setsAnd mundanity manifests itselfIn every corner of the ancient city.The evening, a monochromeReleases lazy fumesConjuring up imagesA photomontage-Each image, melting into another-Liquid, oneiric.Do they redefine our existenceAnd give us a sense of the here and the...

Square Field by Aneek Chatterjee

[tabby title="Poem"] Suddenly four cannons in four cornersof the square field fired, in tandem.& we ran towards the middleof the field,with a big radio set on shoulder.Viv Richards was a cannon,solid & aggressive.& we, Madan Lals & Kapil Devswere speeding...

Those birds by Aranyak Chakrabarty

[tabby title="Poem"] It can travel by car, train and airplanes. It has travelled around the world. A bird. Within a Cage... If any bird would be happy? Roaming around the world in a cage?It can not fly? And I was...

Pictures from the old box by Ashutosh

[tabby title="Poem"] Pictures from the old box always take us to the forgotten past. Waking from the illimitable sleep, now my old body is submerged into the deep sea, I slip into a new outer shell. Only consciousness crosses over....

The Last Poem I Wrote To You by Shruti Pandey

[tabby title="Poem"] It's something I swore I'd never do,Grow up and take on the traits of you,Saying no to giving me my favorite books,Shouted at for leaving on the TV.It's not like I was doing anything wrong,But I'd still get...