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Tali Cohen Shabbtai writes a poetic message of forgiveness.
Lidia Chiarelli (Torino, Italy). Artist and writer, co-founder, with Aeronwy Thomas, of the art-literary Movement Immagine & Poesia (2007). Award -winning poet. Five nominations to Pushcart Prize, USA. Her poems are translated multilingually. One of the most interesting aspects of today’s poetry is Ekphrastic Poetry. The term “ekphrastic” originates from a Greek expression for description. According to the Oxford […]Read Post ›
If you go along breaths in the bank of the river Bering in Sibir, you will run into a village Vatirkan, which is called by local Russian people Hatirka. This means in the chukcha language dry and narrow place. Who knows, maybe, it indicates to unfruitful ground of the village, which is situated in plain. […]Read Post ›
New poem by Tali Cohen Shabtai on hte subject of editorialship
Tali Cohen Shabtai was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and is an international poet of high esteem with works translated into many languages. She is the author of three bilingual volumes of poetry, “Purple Diluted in a Black’s Thick”(2007), “Protest” (2012) and “Nine Years From You”(2018). A fourth volume is forthcoming in 2021. She has lived many […]Read Post ›
They were combing the city for weapons of mass destruction; little did they know that I was standing right there smack in the middle of the locked down city with my beating heart under my shirt How’s that for sedition?
[The essay appeared first in the collection, Appraisals: Kiriti Sengupta breaking the barriers, edited by Sunil Sharma and Dustin Pickering, Transcendent Zero Press, May 2017.] When I get to read a new book of poetry, I give myself a chance to know the poet as well. And the best way that works for […]Read Post ›
Every day I play the role of life in the morning, And every single day of God goes by that performance. I am illuminated by two spotlights: Moon and Sun: at night, sleepy is only an intermission. Trying to show talent and skill Everything is in place: the audience and the conductor. From the […]Read Post ›
Nobel Prize won a shaman; Nobel Prize – for the coming year! Nobel Prize?! Is it a dream, a hoax? I would be happy days and away from adversity! Nobel Prize! How miserable, – A false reward of light does not attract me at all! I’d rather have a prize – the name of […]Read Post ›
Pages 34-35 of our Spring 2019 edition have a poem called “Burial of Pain” by the poet Woman. We mistakenly cut the poem short. This is it in full. the pain of this world suffocates Her like the black laced veil worn to cover the empty eyes that blankly watch as the love of […]Read Post ›