Uncover 'The Visha Kanya' by Mark Ready: A Dance Beyond Desires. As lust ignites in Garstin Bastion Road, Sarika wields her body's power, emerging as the enigmatic 'Visha Kanya.' A tale of intrigue and empowerment.
“Introducing Mr. Death” by Jane Glasser offers a mesmerizing portrayal of Death, dressed in black with blue eyes reminiscent of Leonard Cohen. With evocative verses, the poem delves into Death’s seductive power and his penchant for both compassion and calamity.
Journey into Shadows: ‘He Never Gave Me a Pony’ by Gia Porter. Witness the Unfulfilled Desires and Haunting Regrets of a Broken Promise, a Story That Lingers Long After the Last Word.
In “Respect for the Dead,” Celia Collopy pays homage to the departed, as she explores the delicate balance between remembrance and the passage of time, inviting readers to contemplate the legacy of the deceased.
In “Exiled” by Sochukwu Ivye, the poet paints a vivid portrait of the passage between life and death. Through haunting imagery and poetic finesse, readers are transported to a realm where mortality and life intersect.
Immerse yourself in Rachel Fuld's "We Will Always Remember Our Lion," a powerful testament to resilience and the indomitable spirit of the human heart. Rachel's poetic prowess illuminates the depths of sorrow and the unwavering determination to honor and cherish the memory of a beloved lost.
In Eadbhard McGowan's "Calling Your Name," the yearning for connection with a departed grandfather is vividly portrayed. Amidst rows of graves, a dialogue unfolds, revealing the depths of loss and longing.
“Upon Your Gravesite: A Heartrending Inquiry” by Words With A Twist. An emotional exploration of loss, societal constraints, and a daughter’s eternal connection with her mother. Delve into this expressive poem that echoes love, grief, and unanswered questions.
Still Echoing" by King Davey is a touching exploration of loss, remembrance, and social injustice. Through vivid imagery and powerful metaphors, the poem echoes the enduring impact of lives lost and the collective demand for change.
In 'The Last Cigarette' by Donna Faulkner née Miller, death dances with memories as the poet mourns her father's passing. Stitched together with poignant imagery, the poem reveals the lasting impact of loss and the haunting beauty of remembrance.