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Three Poems

Poetry

Issue No. 33

Fahad Al-Amoudi

Poetry

Issue No. 33

THE OLD JUSTICE   My grandfather was a construction worker, a travel agent; I knew him as a sea-captain, his wink like an eye-patch,...

Poetry

May 2022

Pink Waves

Sawako Nakayasu

Poetry

May 2022

1   snap         2   was that you   or the genre trouble    ...

Poetry

April 2022

Three Poems

Eleanor Rees

Poetry

April 2022

ESCAPE AT RED ROCKS   I am the colour of the outside, a stillness moving like a winter tide,...

Poetry

March 2022

Two Poems

Ludmila Khersonsky

TR. Maya Chhabra

Poetry

March 2022

Russian invader, forget all about chivalry, Fear female revenge and female conspiracy, Fear Ukrainian girls, Molotov cocktails in hand,

Poetry

March 2022

Four Poems

Iya Kiva

TR. Katherine E. Young

Poetry

March 2022

[Untitled] “if you close your eyes”   if you close your eyes you can hear the sea whether Black...

Poetry

Issue No. 32

Ovid Void

Maria Stepanova

Eugene Ostashevsky

Poetry

Issue No. 32

If anyone in your global city still holds me, exile, in memory, Know that I died as soon as they...

Leaving tongues

Prize Entry

February 2022

Ahana Banerji

Prize Entry

February 2022

You wrap my fingers in the leaves, wintergreen,  twisting psalms between loose teeth.    Bound, I swear to something sharp  as my father’s nose,...

Prize Entry

February 2022

Halloween in America

Nina Reljić

Prize Entry

February 2022

Dogs dressed as other animals The gauze that hangs over houses reminds me of sickness   The church does...

Prize Entry

February 2022

If I Could Just Bring Myself

Simon Middleton

Prize Entry

February 2022

to run a damp cloth along every surface of that room, it could be different.   Instead I’m in...

The Old Justice

Prize Entry

February 2022

Fahad Al-Amoudi

Prize Entry

February 2022

My grandfather was a construction worker, a travel agent; I knew him as a sea-captain, wink like an eye-patch,   the gap in his...

 

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