Poem

24 May 19
Literary Hub

By September 1900, Cora Crane was desperate for money. This wasn’t a new state of affairs; there was never enough money, even when her common-law husband Stephen Crane had been alive. But the author of The Red Badge of Courage had been dead for more than three months. There were still some short stories of […]

24 May 19
reflecting_crystals

I’m sure that the idea ‘Life is a journey’ is a pretty common theme which everyone has heard of. I can think of several quotes and poems related to this concept, and each of them beautifully expresses the point, while somehow still managing to be unique. So, I’m not here to further add to this […]

24 May 19
Hopeless fountain

Do you still remember the day you asked me to write a poem for you? And I was wondering if the letters fell short to please your ocean heart! Oh! But your words were command from heaven Strengthened my fingers on the pen. So please, let’s escape into deep forest for one last time, Don’t […]

24 May 19
The Poets Blog

Poem: Before we Touch Before the touch. Before her hands intertwine with mine. Before we greet, eyes Moist with the dew of dawn. Appreciate the subtlety. Enjoy the knowing that you’re also being absorbed. Soaked into fabric of her mind. What ever soul might be, be it this. A magical, invisible yet intangible touch It’s […]

24 May 19
Latest India news

— Read the article [The decimation of dynasties: The Modi tsunami has swept away kings and their clans] on OpIndia website — सब से विराट जनतंत्र जगत का आ पहुंचा, तैंतीस कोटि-हित सिंहासन तय करो अभिषेक आज राजा का नहीं,प्रजा का है, तैंतीस कोटि जनता के सिर पर मुकुट धरो। फावड़े और हल राजदण्ड बनने […]

24 May 19
Books by Sharmishtha Basu

I will go serially, book-wise, today’s piece is from Agnikorak 3: Haiku Hues: Beauty within Agnikorak Book 3 https://shoptly.com/i/vkm I know many of you are already thinking that most of my posts in my blogs are my old works, years old quite often. Where are my new works? Have I stopped writing new ones? Well […]

24 May 19
www.omofojohnbestinternationalltd.WordPress.com

#JESUS WAS CALLED THE LAST ADAM WHY? @TRINITARIANCHRISTIANCHRISLAMFAITHMISSIONOJBIL. Is AL-ILAH JESUS CHRIST CALLED IN ARAMAIC, SAME WITH ARABIC ALLAH? Allah —a contraction of the word al-Ilah or al-Ilāh (meaning “the god”) —contraction variations: Al-lāh and Allāh The name “Allah” does not belong to Islam; it was used by Jews, Arabic peoples and Christians long BEFORE […]

24 May 19
Literary Hub

The key to successful technology consists of convincing addicts that the future’s heart beats within it, that its mere existence entails the inexorable dissolution of their enemies. In principle, its users are born different from one another, but soon they begin to resemble one another so much that in the end they cease to exist […]

24 May 19
Edward Lee

Delighted to have a new poem published in The Local Train Magazine

24 May 19
Elaine Reardon

 Pondering a Love of Endings Sometimes when I read a book I want the stories to go on, to leave the pages, to have a breath of life hover over their papery souls that kindles them into an ability to carry on without any help from the author. But often I think characters are left […]

24 May 19
The Last Mixed Tape

TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by Saint Sister, Just Mustard, whenyoung, Naoise Roo, Kobina, Katie O’Connor, Bitch Falcon, & Nnic. Just Mustard – October A doom-laden rumble, hypnotically isolating vocal and screeching textural underbelly characterize ‘October’ as Just Mustard continue to contort their music into […]

24 May 19
News Directory

People with dementia are among the most vulnerable in society. But they can destroy and hurt others, and on rare occasions that result in death. Tony Wall investigates Homicide Report. Warren Leaf was a sheep farmer with a difference. He also enjoyed singing, theater and poetry writing for his local newspaper. "When I remember," the […]

24 May 19
Thoughts that arise

I had the privilege of being taught poetry in a classroom setting by my father. Others who sat in his classrooms have gone on to great things, and I’m yet to meet any, whose greatness lies in language, that have not given him credit for shaping their future and firing their imagination. It came to […]