Archive for February, 2018


You are clipping my wings to suit your needs; you are breaking my bones to fit me inside a cookie cutter; caulking and smoothing my rough opinions just so you please; tightening the strings to make this puppet dance to your tune wildly; You are bending my will and twisting my emotions […]

February 18, 2018 · 2 comments · Poetry


I’m in lust with a sky I’ve yet to see; in love with people that I’ve yet to meet. Whilst lonely lips await whetted kisses; as warmer hands caress a trembling cheek. Time spent in Victorian fantasies queen of spades vivid in a diamond flush. Struggle on a chair with […]

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Poetry

Assumption: DOOOOM

The Zion And the Himalayas proclaim After splitting and treading over Such e-echoes: “Come out From the manifestos of dividing- Walls framed by war hungry bipeds, Fallen and poisoning animals. Amass wisdom From the altruistic hills of herbs, From the daughters Of thunder and rain and clay. From the sweet […]

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Poetry

Only Love Can Bring Us Peace

Only love can bring us peace of another way to be. Only love can master hate ‘cause love is always great. Behind the curtain, you know, something is working, revealing it all: the action of joy, the action of love drivin’ out shadows, givin’ the hope. Peace is comin’, changin’ […]

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Poetry

The Tragedy

By Terence Wynne from Camillus, NY  

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Cartoon, Latest Post


Most bewitching feature in the sky occurs When a shining ring surrounds the moon It happens when the nimbus clouds float around It and spray their moisture like a boon Same phenomenon happens during sun- eclipse We behold a glittering aureole When the sun vanishes and the light dims Still […]

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Latest Post, Poetry

The Ordeal of a Journey by Train

By Anuradha S. Bannore Shridharan Rao with his wife, Punam was travelling by train to his hometown Kule. Both of them were very excited as they were going there after quite a few years. They lived in Bykur, a very remote place where Shridharan had started a cottage industry. Here […]

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Fiction, Latest Post

How Far Jerusalem

By Mark Antony Rossi Any student of history will recognize a vicious rumor morphs into a witch hunt. How does the human condition allow such baseless nonsense to flourish? One method is to bestow credence on generalizations about people until a rationalization is formed and prevents the full truth from […]

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

Welcome Netanyahu

By Billi from Guwahati, India

February 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Cartoon, Latest Post

The Fault In Our Processes

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal People make mistakes, organizations make mistakes, governments make mistakes but they at least try to not repeat them. The fraud and subsequent absconding of another defaulter like Mallya has casted a shadow on the clean image of Modi government. Several of our country’s big banking […]

February 18, 2018 · 1 comment · Editorial, Latest Post