Daze

From my window published in Foliate Oak Literary Magazine – November 2015 issue (October 30, 2015).

Click here to read the poem: From my window

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I won’t come home again

I won’t come home again published in The Bitchin’ Kitsch November 2015 issue (October 30, 2015). Many thanks to the editors. Read it on ISSU (pp. 24-25):

Click here to read the poem: I won’t come home again

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A penny for your thoughts

I’m a death baby published in Thirteen Myna Birds, a journal that publishes “the evocative, the connotative, the denotative, the oblique…” (October 29, 2015). Thanks to the editor of the journal, Juliet Cook.

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This poem is now traveling from North America to Europe having found its second home in I am not a silent poet (October 30, 2015). Honored and grateful. Thanks Reuben Woolley for the warm welcome of the piece.

Click here to read the poem : I’m a death baby

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What you are reading here is not a poem

Meeting the map published in I am not a silent poet, a magazine for poetry and artwork protesting against abuse in any of its forms (October 15, 2015)

Click here to read the poem: Meeting the map

Suggested readings:

US Border Patrol Agent Indicted for Murder After Using a Mexican Child for Target Practice

Israeli Military Detention : No way to treat a Child

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Of death : chiaroscuro

Two poems published in Fragments of Chiaroscuro (volume 1, issue 1) (September 30, 2015):

  • A page turn  (p. viii) — after Kafka’s The Trial
  • Brother death, a poem for you (p. xx)

I dedicate the later one to Tanmoy Chakraborty aka Puchu

Read them on ISSU:

http://fragmentsofchiaroscuro.weebly.com/issues.html

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Five more poems

Five poems published in Of/With : Journal of immanent renditions (September 26, 2015). The journal’s 3rd issue is presented in the magazine-like reader ISSU. My special thanks to Felino A. Soriano, the editor.

Here is the link to the journal: http://www.of-with.com/issue-3.html

The published poems are:

  • If nothingness was the beating heart of a frog (p.156)
  • Hallelujah! (p.157)
  • For Cynthia in the lower vase (pp.158-159)
  • no nothing (pp.160-161)
  • The maze where the poppies grow most densely (p.162)

Thank you.