By Krinza Momin
Love, likeness, lust and attraction.
Jealousy, hatred, grudges, depression.
Dating, relations, heartbreaks and tension.
That’s how she wasted some years being teenager. Continue reading “Turning 19”
By David Honeybell
Why can’t we all live our lives, in harmony and love,
sharing all our dreams, our hopes and aspirations.
Removing all the barriers, the obstacles and fences,
that stop us from seeing each other’s consternation’s. Continue reading “Harmony”
By Maariyah Patel
It’s as easy as riding a duck or giving a child a lemon to suck,
It’s as easy as drinking ink or getting a cow to go pink, Continue reading “It’s As Easy as…”
by Bilal Saloo
The sugary treats and sweets
were never far from my list,
or my fingers that reached
for the sweet jelly lips, Continue reading “Sweet Tooth”
by The Lady In The Office
Lose a nose stud or two
Where does it go
The office black hole floor Continue reading “The Office Black Hole Floor”
by Judith Greenwood
My boss says, “could this be the next ‘King’s Speech’?”
And slides a script across the desk to me.
It stops a hand’s breadth just beyond my reach.
The fact that it is huge is all I see – Continue reading “ART IS LONG – BUT LIFE IS FLEETING Or, The Script Girl Chooses Love”
by Mohamed Saloo
Climb to the attic, dust off the chest
Rummage to find my old running vest
Dig down further, I know I’ll find
My canvas Dunlops from ’89
Continue reading “Run For Jo”
by Craig Lee
Let the chips fall as they May.
Let the chips fall as they did last May.
Allow wounds to heal before treading new waters. Continue reading “Let The Chips Fall As They May”