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Shaziya Fayas


He stares at me strangely This son of my mine He catches me smiling When there’s no reason or pantomime I’ve wondered down memory lane

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Ivan Jenson

American Mistress

  It was odd what had come over Jake’s parents. Usually they argued. Sometimes violently. But this morning it seemed they had found some sort

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Bruce McRae

A World Away

Another night scratching my head as I reach for a pencil. Another night spent torturing words in the mind’s muddied trenches, proving that yes you

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Steven Fortune

The Literary Chameleon

Poetry is written in the human mind, and is read by the human conscience.  They comprise the metaphysical parallel universe lingering within us all. In

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Arzoo Afreen Jaini

These pages of mine

“Those books. You’ve read them all?”   Yes. I’ve read them all. I’ve devoured the woven words and placed them in my shelf of memories,

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