Divinity – a poem by Sanjeev Sethi

  Divinity Quick-tempered or quieted, in extreme spaces dwells pureness. When birth is hamartia, sparkle and sprightliness inch through fleeting burrows, retaining me to prep for the next scrutiny. In my bag desideratum eventuates in ache. No emotional corpuscles for me. Without fizz or temporal festivities, obeisance to His aura tempers the tune for me. […]

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Approaching Salisbury Mills the Train Blows Its Whistle – a poem by Ariana D. Den Bleyker

Approaching Salisbury Mills the Train Blows Its Whistle; People Mind the Stop-Gap Before Rushing to a Seat Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end. “Closing Time”—Semisonic I shiver the breeze of opening doors, against the onward steps scurrying for seats facing forward or backward through swaying cars & narrow aisles. This is where […]

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The Hollow – a poem by Jane Angué

The Hollow This path that skirts the cold cluttered shed, surly-fronted with tasselled dock and stinging nettle, slips down into the hollow where mire and winter’s dregs seep and settle in greasy black cakes. Thick sprouting elder and brambles throw out limbs and foot-catching loops along the track. Bees lose their way as frothing blossom […]

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ONION – a poem by Rupert Loydell

ONION The world as places and sounds, a visual music to paint. Hidden layers are stories to be told, ur-texts and brief asides, all referencing each other. It is not a linear progression, our futures do not unfold; we make them, revise them, retell them, practice making others laugh. Then move away and die. Gaps […]

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