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.


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:


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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.