"crownight" haiga by John Hawkhead About the writer/artist: John Hawkhead has been published internationally in the haiku, haiga and poetry genres.
March Madness, 1974 (From WIP Four Seasons: A Quartet of Found Texts) Richard Holeton "Demonstration" by Franz Wilhelm Seiwert March 1 — Doomsday, and Counting A grand jury in Washington, DC, has concluded [...]
Facts and figures Owen Bullock "Timeless" by Robert Sherwood. still hot at five the leaves of newspapers turn down the road You call them ‘hurry cars’ – galumphing people and dogs circle us [...]
Ray-The-Roo W<J>P Newnham Ray-The-Roo, the razor blade whip man, a gin jockey, brick layer; a hunter with S.A.S. commando qualification: an expatriate pom with hostility stamped in burning brands on the memory of his homeland. [...]
Fragments Paresh Tiwari One by one we throw a handful of sandalwood dust on the funeral pyre. There is nothing much to say and a damp stillness hangs heavy over the pale morning. In the end, [...]
Rag-dolls Paresh Tiwari All day long, we sit on the crumbling wall of the cemetery. Our feet, clad in mud-crusted Mary Janes, dangle inches above the wild grass. There is silence . . . a [...]