Tag: Poetry

When Life is . . . elsewhere

  Like many youngsters growing up in the Seventies and Eighties, my political landscape was deeply shaped by the seemingly interminable issues in the Middle East. My own teen years…
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by the river Eridanus we sat down and wept

  by Shahzeb Ahkter   Metamorphoses. book II.   weeping to the engraved grave lies neath which a 'daring and high spirit' by the river Eridanus, Clymene and the clement sisters…
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Shatters of a mini looking-glass

  If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Gemology turquoise of the sky, peeping through the cloudy mist as milk narrows to the drain dripping…
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