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Two Poems by Allan Kolski Horwitz

What the hell Day isn’t done+++ yet ++++++++++ so you breathe and fart and kiss ++++++++and slope down into a state of capture when the architecture of isystem cracks +++++and there are troubles +++troubled times ++++++++++and day to day ++is

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Haiku adventure

by Dana Labe   (i) My morning mind seeks An imprint of your arms to Embrace the cold day (ii) Trees at the window Surprise the dragging afternoon With green potential (iii) Through your imagined lens I catch points of

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Agbowó Call for Submissions | Limits

Deadline: April 31, 2019.   Agbowó lit and art magazine is now accepting submissions. The team calls for visual art pieces, photographs, short stories, essays and poetry that explore the theme “Limits”. It is after stories that dance gracefully on

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Two Poems by Yonela Gana

Umona Ntondini ebulala izizwe ngezizwe, ungumdali wengcinga ezimdaka nezingahlambulukanga. Uyikofu kwabakwaziyo. Phasalala abahlobo ngenxa yakho. Intshaba ezininzi zize nawe kweli, ulivulile ke ithanda kwimizi emininzi nakwi hlabathi jikelele, kaloku wena ulapho kukho umntu khona kodwa umntu akayindawo nguwe. Ulichithile ke

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Scorched Earth and the Template of the Dispossessed

by Patricia Schonstein   The Burundian artist, Serge Alain Nitegeka, has created a powerful installation at The Norval Art Museum called Structural Response III and I recently read a selection of poems alongside it. Structural Response III is Nitegeka’s response

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