A myth of a seizure There is no one no where though nobody belonged to!
Darkness means there is light somewhere a 14 years old lady came to me & asked `who is the artist?’ I was the 19 years old boy asked her `why are you looking for artist? She said pointing to the three year old little princess `my niece had something to ask the artist’ Me, kneel… Continue reading Joy of Humanity by Najib Tareque
the evil ONE I know the evil one that strays you away, tell tiny true tales that leading you to death, whose wickedness betrays paradise. I know the evil one and will show you. Explore the mirror clap your eyes it isn’t him, it isn’t her, it is you. Daresay, the evil one is… Continue reading Poems by Tola Ijalusi
The Ship Captain While wandering the French Quarter during Mardi Gras I was a stake in the heart Dixie.
Love in the Time of Black Death Doctors are said to have beautiful hands. Clean, white, and with long thin fingers, embalming the deaths as they happen. Transparent nails leaving crescent marks on the necks of lovers and concubines and sometimes carelessly on dead bodies in the post mortem room. Pretending to cure them… Continue reading Poem by Kristi Kar
Flock of Morose (spiraling abecedarian) Barbaric beaks cackling crows descend darkening ebony eclipse. Feathered
dream, a me we’re connected – me and me and me and me that’s why I’m always there… always the main player
Shhhhh… There is a witch living on the corner where the four roads meet
Between the Walls On both sides they are, erected to the infinite– W A L L S that do not answer so many a question.
Trophy If I wasn’t fixed on the bitter parts, We’d have said our goodbyes properly.