This work was not included in The Harbinger Asylum, but is good reading.
Poem on Pearl Harbour by Priyanka Banerjee
Love’s curse, sin’s death, epiphanic venture of the proud moment, curves and turns! The still lake of crooked instincts ruin the paralyzed soul, Searching for a half bent bough breeding another lore of The Native shore. The deepest utterances relish painless sighs. Waves of light play with the surge of the river Nile – Mysterious […]Read Post ›
I didn’t choose to say yes or no when a falling lamp knocked me to my knees not a soul beside me on that floor no one to hear my whispered pleas Placed like a sausage inside a tube incessant knocking relentless pain Good news! no stroke or bleeding brain […]Read Post ›
Announcement for dystopian short fiction contest
Jill Sharon Kimmelman discusses the abuses within the southern Baptist community and the lawyers who covered up cases.
Cosmic love poem from Priyanka Banerjee
Rohingya refugee Muhammad Siraj writes of ongoing Rohingya genocide. Resources to help!
Ironic, wry poems from Nick Romeo
Tali Cohen Shabtai writes of the divine imagination and its relationship to language.
Melissa Chappell, a Lutheran pastor, writes a haunting story of love.