Month: April 2017

Poem: Lisa

By: John Grey  within the quote you’re irrespective of the meaning that wields it giving the finger to the history of English Literature as taught to you by Professor who-the-hell knows it says […]

Poem for the Bed

By: John Grey The bed beguiles even when not in action. Its very anticipation of bodies is an impression in itself. The blanket is turned down. The coil-springs of the mattress near-burst with […]

Peace Chaplain

From the book RADICAL PEACE: People Refusing War By William T. Hathaway RADICAL PEACE is a collection of reports from antiwar activists, the true stories of their efforts to change our warrior […]

Poem: Drought

By: Debasis Tripathy It feels so helpless and bad, I don’t know why! Something’s in me made me sad, And answers I seek from the sky. I am unquiet, full of doubts, […]