Poems by Nardine Sanderson

Any mountain __________________ He who sees the other side, with outstretched wing's the world to glide, a man , an angel Amongst loves power Cast away not any hour For his kingdom and those of faith, He is the watchman, to keep them safe, With loving arms he comes to prove, that any mountain he can move. … Continue reading Poems by Nardine Sanderson

Then I Left

By Rajnish Mishra, I come home after years and carry bribes along: bribes for minds to remember, to remind me the forgotten me. I carry chocolates for all.   Death is of two kinds: permanent or temporary removal from a world. In my world of past I’m dead. I’m dead, nearly, for many.   I’m dead … Continue reading Then I Left