Volume 17, No. 2 – 2017

Volume 17, No. 2 - 2017



  • Rejected Poem by AJMAL KHAN A.T Posted in: Poetry 1 The poem was accused asanti national and rejected like a US visa applicant from Muslim country It wanted to prove as nationalist It started with Vandematharam the continuing lines were only nouns of the independence struggles in which the… Continue Reading
  • Five poems on Survival by INSHAH MALIK Posted in: Poetry MY MURDERER AND I The murderer loses no morality Never risk a thought Pitched on the terrain of war Thoughts are ammunition We can discuss if the murder happened But never doubt the morality of my murderer He gently caressed… Continue Reading
  • The itch Fades by KHADIJA AHMED Posted in: Poetry Mosquito bites scab over and the itch fades. Oud notes fade through the patio door into the night and smoke escapes from your lips to mine. I inhale. I look over the railing into the night at the lights below.… Continue Reading
  • India by NAZREEN FAZAL Posted in: Poetry Listen, India is not a woman let alone a benevolent mother draped in the tricolour, head crowned, Palm stretched to bless those who shun her femininity in all other forms. India is dark and dusty, It exists, at once, In… Continue Reading

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