The song of love by Egbo Victoria

[tabby title="Poem"] This song was always on my lipsThe song of loveMy mother sang it to me every nightEvery time I scraped my kneeOr cut my fingerShe applied love to my woundsIt worked better than medicineCoupled with the tender kisses...

The Value Of Life by Julia Ann Masi

[tabby title="Poem"] The value of lifecan not be appraisedat the moment of conceptionWhen faith and politics challengeeach other to a duel The value of lifeis most often reckonedwith honor and respectprayingat the foot of a hospital bed The value of...

The Sacrament Of Exile by Kalahari Marrakesh

[tabby title="Poem"] We,each one of us.lost in the translations that we seek,exiled from the corners of a dilapidated townshipin search of another township.township looking like a graveyardgraveyard looking like a township.township leaking something so strong like a civil warmy compass...

Handiwork by Stephen Kingsnorth

[tabby title="Poem"] Those knuckles rapped for careless work,his index wrapped in dressing crepe,that fore nail not so cuticleas carpenter, a journeyman,apprenticeship in tenon jointswhen whirl met whorl in sinew slip,grew tender metatarsal bruisewhere block had fallen, hand to foot. Ground...

[A glass of water] by Kamil Plich

[tabby title="Poem"] a glass of waterI’m tasting the coldof the morning [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Kamil Plich is a multilingual poet from Poland, based in Lübeck, Germany. His work can be found, among others, in Hakara, Triya Mag, Munyori, Modern Haiku,...