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The Lizard by Prathap Kamath (India)

You bear my roof on your belly. You think I’ll blow up with gratitude? I am man and I eat only my dreams.   You were an ominous...

Night Rivers by Charles F. Thielman

She sees vaccines and illusions riding downtown curbs, city night balanced along the edge of a duotone slant, moon pulling shadows across current, spotlights revolving below a dome striated with...

Letters to a Comrade by Ndongolera C. Mwangupili (Malawi)

I Dear… Bulls know the cow’s moo And one cannot mistake A mirage for water Unless he has never Seen the tarmac road. You will soon Come to believe That those paradigms of...

The Cowards by Valentina Cano (USA)

Together, pieces clenching and clicking, this could have worked. We could have lost the words amid the spilled drawers and spread shirts with time ripping through them. But we dislocated. Like...

Quilt Maker by Mo Tejani (Thailand)

Deep in a meditation trance on a hill top all night long, I sense the chill of the dark residing on the hairs of my...

Pink Lipstick by M. J. Morrisey (Ireland)

  She was gentle as she washed my hair in beer rolled it in curlers for Sunday best.   It was summer, she sat on the windowsill chatting with neighbors. She wore her...

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Issue 3 / November 2012

So you too have heard of audio books. Cool! But no one is sure about their future. To tell you the truth, I love audio...

Dandelion Snow By Richard Perkins

Out the window dead branches elaborate the panorama artificial things separating themselves from the glowing sky in exaggerated distortion. As if you have touched me beneath a covering of sensation loving me...

Little Otwock Woman By J S MacLean

She plumbed fevered pipes behind the Warsaw ghetto's guarded seven foot walls where parents entrusted children to her. Sometimes an ambulance passed through with a barking dog and a...

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