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Pressed Flowers

Free Verse Poem by Neetu Malik Neetu Malik’s poetry is an expression of life’s rhythm and draws upon diverse, multicultural experiences that have shaped her life. Born and raised in India, she spent several years in Europe and settled in the United States with her family.

Autumn and Spring

Poem by Shamik Shamik Banerjee is a poet and poetry reviewer from the North-Eastern belt of India. He loves taking long strolls and spending time with his family. His deep affection with Solitude and Poetry provides him happiness.


Free Verse Poem by Moe Phillips Poet/writer/filmmaker Moe Phillips is a native New Yorker with over 40 poems and essays published in anthologies for children and adults. Moe’s latest creation - “The Feisty Beast” is an audio content series she pens and produces. 

I Don’t Believe You

Free Verse Poem by John Grey John Grey is an Australian poet and US resident, recently published in Stand, Washington Square Review, and Floyd County Moonshine. The latest books, “Covert,” “Memory Outside The Head” and “Guest Of Myself” are available through Amazon. Work upcoming in the McNeese Review and Santa Fe Liter.

Grumpy Souls

Free Verse Poem by Kimutai Kemboi Allan Kimutai Kemboi Allan is a Kenyan writer. His works appears in or is forthcoming in the African Global Networks (AGN), the Ake Review, The Active Muse, The Writer’s Space Africa, the Kalahari Review the Naluubale Review, Writers Resist and Havik’s 2020 Anthology (Homeward).

The Thing That Makes Loving You Truly Impossible

Poem by Adam Crawford Adam Crawford is a writer of poems and short stories. His work has been published by Ink Babies LitMag, Silent Spark Press and The Pomegranate London. He lives in Simi Valley, California.

The Stillness

Haibun by Shreya Chauhan Shreya is a compulsive diarist with a background in business. She appreciates silent mornings, enjoys classic novels, and watches trash telenovelas under the guise of learning Spanish.


Poem by Joseph A. Farina Joseph A Farina is a retired lawyer and award-winning poet in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. His poems have appeared in Philadelphia Poets, Tower Poetry, The Windsor Review, and Tamaracks: Canadian Poetry for the 21st Century. He has two books of poetry published, The Cancer Chronicles and The Ghosts of Water Street.

Woman Weather

Free verse by Moe Phillips Poet/writer/ filmmaker Moe Phillips is a native New Yorker with over 40 poems and essays published in anthologies for children and adults. Moe’s latest creation - “TheFeistybeast.com” is an audio content series she pens and produces.

New York City

Poem by W Roger Carlisle W Roger Carlisle is a 75-year-old, semi-retired physician. He currently volunteers and works in a free medical clinic for patients living in poverty. He is on a journey of returning home to better understand himself through poetry. He hopes he is becoming more humble in the process.

Goree Island

Creative Non-Fiction by James Roth James Roth, an English Language Fellow in the U.S. State Department's EFL Program, is a writer of fiction and nonfiction. His work has appeared in several magazines and journals. His first novel, “The Opium Addict,” is forthcoming. A second novel, “A Prayer for My Daughter.” You can view more of ... Read more

Death — Black And Starbound

Prose By Bruce McRae Bruce McRae, a Canadian musician, is a multiple Pushcart nominee with poems published in hundreds of magazines such as Poetry, Rattle, and the North American Review. The winner of the 2020 Libretto Prize and author of four poetry collections and seven chapbooks, his poems have been performed and broadcast globally.

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