Month: April 2015

Poem: Regrets

By: Ayad Gharbawi Goodbye Tears of life A farewell Beckons So I’ll say My words Of today While sincerely Despising My yesterdays For my structure And spelling Were so wrong; So often Did […]

Poem: The Boat

By: Jayanthi Venugopal I feel the shimmers of the soft white Sun, the fresh moist of the morning dew, the gentle lapping of ocean waters and my own anxiety to set sail on […]

Story: Swannanoa

By: Gaither Stewart Some people peel apples in thick layers, heedlessly and negligently cutting away half the apple. Others squint and observe closely the fruit, stripping its skin paper-thin in an unbroken […]