Poetry from Yusuf BM

Blood Party Our meals turned macabre Deserting our lives Into the atmosphere of fear Choice shakes Death or life? Boom! Gun sounds sweetened Our ears like afro-beats Dancing to death Like it is makosa Choice grumbles Death or life? Zero child- Cries of mothers Only wicked toys Rules the play ground of kids And solemn […]

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Poetry from J.D. DeHart

Retracing Today I am retracing my steps through old pages.  Moth sounds accompany my soft journey. I will make intentional clambering noises so part of the trip is louder. Am I a closed loop? No, I do not own this description.  I am an ongoing chain, an open hand, a word that would sustain. Why […]

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Poetry from Trust Tonji

  The beautiful face in my scars   my heart is a pot on fire I am cooking darkness I am in love with a girl that doesn’t hold my hands gloom is having me for dinner but you won’t find me crying I am my lover’s experiment on dating a broken boy you touch […]

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Poetry from Kahlil Crawford

How To Disrupt A Startup * Startups do not own The monopoly on disruption Startups are composed of people – – People disrupt startups Startups disrupt industries Industries disrupt societies Societies disrupt truth – What is Truth? Truth is nothingness Because startups come and g(r)o(w) Just like people – Most startups g(r)o(w) Into nothingness – […]

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Art from Jeongeui Son

My name is Jeongeui Son. My major was illustration but I also like to paint landscapes, mainly with acrylic color. I studied in university with a full scholarship for four years until I got a degree in art. I began teaching art in school, mostly with kindergarten classes, meanwhile I had several exhibitions with others. I am […]

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Elizabeth Hughes’ Book Periscope

Storm Over South Africa: The Rutherford Chronicles Part 1 by Michael G. Bergen Storm Over South Africa: The Rutherford Chronicles Part 1 is the history of the Anglo-Boer War that happened from 1899-1902. Mr. Bergen has done an impressive and extensive research into this very short war in South Africa. He begins with the major […]

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Poetry and prose from Xuan Ly

Sinus Rhythm  hEa- rt  thUmP, thuMpiNg faSt fuMinG steAm poinTeD eArs reD, bLooD,  fLusHed. breAtHe iN  bReaThe oUt cAtcHinG  oN thE laSt bRowS  fUrrOweD eNouGh to toUch liPs aJar  pUllinG hAir fRoM thE  rOots shAtteR  sHattEr cLouDed miNd bReaKinG wAllS uN- til itS o v e r Knock, Knock, Knock: Series of Haikus do you […]

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Poetry from T. Haven Morse

Five haiku on the Theme of Evolution must I evolve, Moon comfort is my poisoned gift the sun hides my growth life is evolving always growing, all changing until we thwart it advance, we humans evolutionary pawns learning every day freedom is stolen humanity at a crawl de-evolution Earth will evolve with or without us, […]

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Poetry from Mahbub

                A love body    This is my body A man’s body For a woman, next to you all over —– I would like to build a castle for you, my darling I would like to live in you for ever and ever But nothing can I make […]

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