“Who knew// anyone could feel this far away. Who knew/ grapes (grapes?!) could make me think of you…” Weekend poem, by Liv Constable-Maxwell.Read More
“F transmits unbound electrons with her eyelids, playful,/ to the tune of the attraction of opposites…”
Weekend poem, by Elosham Vog.
“No red kites over the field this morning… No haunt. No song. Only the heavenâ€™s blue/ Graceless fire…” Weekend poem, by Theophilus Kwek.Read More
“…inside a wardrobe/ a wardrobe sings/ around a barman…” Weekend Poem, by Wale Owoade.Read More
“We stand unimpressed against the wall,/ waiting, to be shot by your religion. The bullets/ pierce nothing but skin….” Weekend Poem, by Maham Khan.Read More
“Then you married the bloke from Brown, severed ties, didnâ€™t invite me to your weddingâ€”afraid Iâ€™d stick my hand up your bodice…” Weekend Poem, by Eleanor Levine.Read More
“I can remember a time/ my father pulled me onto his shoulders/ telling me/ Everyone will hurt/ you. Donâ€™t forget that”
Weekend poem, by Alexis Groulx.
“When we were strangers â€” remember? â€” it was bliss because I didnâ€™t need much to imagine/ And now? We donâ€™t meet â€” having met a few and futile times â€” but discuss only a forever-rain.” Weekend poem, by Nabina Das.Read More
“itâ€™s garam masala, you say// garam masala from the bazaar/ behind your home, in the Old City,/ your tongue travelling back/ into the winding streets, mazelike…” Weekend poem, by Syed Jarri Haider.Read More
“For all of what we knew as Christmas/ It came unspent, and there was not a room/ That did not seal itself against that tide/ Of fog and rain…” Weekend poem, by Theophilus Kwek.Read More