Enduring the anguish of thinking… A Poem by Richard Lloyd Cederberg

  “There was only the cemetery itself, spread out in the moonlight like a soft grey hallucination, a stony wilderness of Victorian melancholy.” (IN MEMORY)     How silently And stern these Straining days pass, Where, at times, in open tyranny, Scattered thoughts scramble For measured application…   O dismay, Each day Embracing (the Great word ‘WAIT’),.....

CONNECTION UNMADE. A Poem by John Grey

  It’s a long long night –   we bypass attraction on the way to indifference -. the beer is flat, the bartender won’t refill our peanut bowl   nothing left to say moves on to staring in each other’s face, wondering what it takes for two people to find even the merest attraction in each other and why the alcohol-fueled loss of inhibitions is no help – .....

Those smiles – A Poem by Bhuwan Thapaliya

  Forced from her cloistered life she walked on the street   for the first time in her life after the quake.   “Is it, the beginning of the end of the Goddess reign?” Somebody asked.   The living Goddess just smiled and walked on and on.   Those smiles changed completely the way we see our future and extol our past.   The earth begins to tremble......