Archive for June, 2017

Bounded With Each-Other

         Let night you wear Bright you, your light Be fragrance as sandle Nd grip with a beautiful smile Touch her body, as slippery satin Breathe in yourself To her rosery lipstick As feed you from your inside.      Also she has been waiting for you That, when will you […]

June 17, 2017 · 0 comments · Poetry

Stop Me If You Can!

It was a very cloudy morning Everything adorned in mellowed grey and green Caught one’s eyes A sigh of relief Man heaved At last it’s finally going to rain, he mused The cauldron will soon cool down But lo, not so fast! The Sun challenged the clouds It shone with […]

June 17, 2017 · 1 comment · Poetry

Paris Discord in the Rearview Mirror

By Mark Antony Rossi America’s departure from the so-called “Paris Accords” was an inevitable ethical act from a political movement that seeks greater accountability of how taxes are spent and a fairer trade balance from partners who often suffer from financial amnesia. It is lost upon my friends in foreign […]

June 17, 2017 · 1 comment · Articles


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June 17, 2017 · 0 comments · Cartoon

Love Takes A Stand Against Slavery & Crime‘ (Love Is A Child)

Slavery like every crime is made by our human mind that does not know from where we come nor why, does not know why we go, nor where. But love is a child and love lets you know from where you come and where you go. Love takes a stand […]

June 17, 2017 · 1 comment · Poetry


Just as disembodied Shadows  chase   me Sometimes, whispers Are hot on my heels I run, I hide, away From the voices, go to The most silent places The  mountains, the hills But to my chagrin, Echoes of my footsteps, My  breathlessness, And my desperate sighs, Follow  me. They are more […]

June 11, 2017 · 0 comments · Poetry

My Childhood

My childhood fantasies: To grasp the white illuminating velvety clouds With my tiny hands; To play with white winged beautiful fairies The eternal games; To measure the distance Up to the rainbow, Spreading colours all around; To contact twinkling stars in remote heavens, Sitting around their king; To grip the […]

June 11, 2017 · 0 comments · Poetry

Bharathiyar’s “Wanted Freedom”

By N.V. Subbaraman from Chennai, India The great patriotic, national poet Mahakavi Subrahmanya Bharathiyar had unbounded patriotism, abundant love for freedom political and more, love for the languages-he was a master of eighteen languages which is not an exaggeration- love for the people and their tradition and culture, infectious ‘optimism’ […]

June 11, 2017 · 5 comments · Poetry

Twin Terrors

By Monica Bakre Dayawati was barely out of her four-hour labour when she heard one plaintive wail of a new born which was followed about 3 minutes later by a stronger lustier one. “Two beautiful boys!” she just about heard an excited, whispered, exclamation (more of a hiss), as she […]

June 11, 2017 · 1 comment · Fiction

Are You Ready For The Future?

Are you ready for the future, are you ready for the real? Are you ready for the future and the consciousness feel? Are you ready for a life outside the killin’ hate? Are you ready for the future and with love to have a date? Are you ready to be […]

June 11, 2017 · 1 comment · Notifications