By George Keyes 1. Atlantic Ocean, the Sea Huge, deep, excommunicated. Sometimes it gives us that fear where all guts of our body appear to squeeze out with that profound tradition of fishermen and the mysteries that created to itself the truth of the unknown. Somewhere in the sea, Juanito, a 12-year-old Cuban boy, who … Continue reading Juancito
By Dan French He was larger than life. Rippling biceps, which he flexed in front of us. He seemed able to lift anything, solve any task, fix any machine, take care of everything that came his way. He had it all, or seemed to. He delighted in pouring red blood from the dinner platter of … Continue reading Superman Loses His Powers
By Ted Griffin LIFE IS LIFE We all mess up in this roller-coaster called life We make plenty mistakes & may pay the price Life is full of great times & great memories we make So every now & then we allowed the odd mistake We make good decision at the time we think right … Continue reading Emotions of My Life
By Wegolonyo Erick But my son I speak to you with a humble voice Do I quarrel? (No, i do n—'t) Yet you heed off my free advice And I use My soprano vocal Not the heavy husky hectic bass! Dear son, perverse not in this road In this road of civilization.
The Crosswalk Today I saw a father and son stepping onto the crosswalk. I braked and watched them pass. Son on father’s shoulders, headed to the park with swings. I drove on, thinking of you and wondered why you never lifted me and held my legs or brought me to the swings. But … Continue reading Poems by James Mulhern
By Ahmad Al-khatat I asked my parents why the moon and sun exist without a mouth, and live with grief in their eyes my father said because mankind lies to each other every day, below the sincere sunshine then my mother said because mankind betrays To each other quickly and shamelessly under the moonlight today, … Continue reading Without A Mouth
By Rajnish Mishra My father is a dreamer, has always been. Only now his dreams have enlarged spheres. Even then, back then, he dreamed a lot and talked of his dreams, of a suave move, a shrewd plan, a sure guide, ‘for dummies’ to the treasure at the end of the rainbow. Times … Continue reading Dreams