A Dream Within a Dream

By Tabassum Tahmina Shagufta Hussein Each pore of my skin longs for you. You look, gaze and stare. But still, there is silence. You walk by sometimes pretending to overlook me, Yet, you come to my desk with excuses. But again, you are too formal. You make me stay long hours for work. It is … Continue reading A Dream Within a Dream

Alley Cat and Other Poems

By Fabrice Poussin Alley Cat I have heard of those great pachyderms finding their way home in the dark a great resting place for their kind. I saw the little girl cry on the curb Mr. Mumps the kitty was lost once more but this time it was different. They say the domestic feline can … Continue reading Alley Cat and Other Poems

What Really Happened When I Lost My Car (Regardless of What I Told My Friends)

By Dale Alexander My friend convinced me to park in the space labeled "for restaurant customers only," even though we were going to the bar next door.  It was the last space available in the area. I occasionally found good things to write about on Saturday nights, so I went with it. After a few … Continue reading What Really Happened When I Lost My Car (Regardless of What I Told My Friends)

Two Prose Pieces by Alex Andy Phuong

Cinematic Cinema People love going to the movies for various reasons. Some like to be entertained whileescaping from the real world for a few hours. Others might enjoy the aesthetics of filmmaking,and are passionate about the artistic merit put into major motion pictures. Films that usuallyachieve timelessness oftentimes have a unique sense of style to … Continue reading Two Prose Pieces by Alex Andy Phuong