Poem by Rajnish Mishra


  Deliverance How can I ever return to my city now? I’ll need a time back, and me back from that time. I’ll need them back too, men and women, children and plants, and a cow, yes the cow that would come to the door for me to rub its back, then leave, every day. […]

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Poem by Kristen Toms


  Summer Town; Seal Beach, California; December 2003 The sunlight glares against the air like a flame that flickers in the wind Along the high tide of the city I tread my toes through the sand It’s wintertime in a summer town The shoreline stretches endlessly, with no companion to ease the emptiness The quiet […]

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