Archive for December, 2018

La Nature

By Anuradha .S. Bannore from Vadodara, India

December 23, 2018 · 0 comments · Thousand Words

Fly Me To The Moon

I lived in desolation, Till I met you beloved And suddenly As if by a serendipity The flowers bloomed, Trees became verdant, Breeze began to whisper Sweet nothings, and My garden got fragrant, I found myself in love, Needed to express my feeling But there are so many obstacles Hindering […]

December 23, 2018 · 1 comment · Poetry

Stephen Gill Pens Poetry For Personal Therapy

By Dr. Aksa Rao About 300 years before Christ, Aristotle describes catharsis in his Poetics to show the impact of true tragedy on the audience. In the nineteenth century, Josef Breuer, the companion of Sigmund Freud, was the first to use Aristotelian concept in the realm of psychology. One template […]

December 23, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

The MadDog Exit

By Terence Wynne from Camillus, NY, USA

December 23, 2018 · 0 comments · Cartoon

Our House

The Devil comes with a bag of arsenic to sprinkle in the cracks around the door. No one can come in or come out, everyone is trapped. If you were to take a picture of the world outside the window, the children playing outside,  the birds singing on the line […]

December 23, 2018 · 0 comments · Poetry

Revolution for Christmas

Our Christmas shopping’s now on hold — someone should get these mobs controlled; they’re smashing all the better stores — I say, these yellow vests are bores; they really have a lot of cheek to block the roads again this week; the government’s not doing much — Macron has really […]

December 23, 2018 · 0 comments · Poetry

Why Political Parties Loose Elections

By The Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Looking at your mistakes takes great courage, not everyone has it and sometimes when you are living in a bubble of success and unchallenged praise, its all the more difficult to look at the hard reality. Pride in politics is a very dangerous thing. BJP […]

December 16, 2018 · 1 comment · Editorial

Baby Trump

By Terence Wynne from Camillus, NY, USA

December 16, 2018 · 0 comments · Cartoon

Bamboo – The poor Man’s Green Gold

By Ravi S. Behera and  Ranjit K. Sahu Bamboo belonging to the grass family perfectly suited fro agroforestry purpose in areas needing environmental reclamation and is a nonmember forest product. In India, bamboo, is traditionally considered the Poor man’s wood or  Green Gold. It is being considered as a major export […]

December 16, 2018 · 2 comments · Articles


the beetle stops running and looks at me through the jelly-glass walls of its prison. I don’t know how much air is in there but I’m sure it’s enough for a tiny bug. It stands up on its hind legs waggles back and forth, trying to find some foothold on […]

December 16, 2018 · 1 comment · Poetry