Tag: identity

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by Magi Gibson
At the beach / she would not splash / in the shallows / or leap / the rippling waves, / instead she sat / sour-faced / on the sand / and...
by Tom Buchan
Never written a poem for yourself / have you, you daft old bugger? Well / here goes. / / ...
by Jackie Kay
I was conceived between the Dee and the Don. / I was born in the city of crag and stone.
by Ryan Van Winkle
Door, I have knocked, pushed, / licked and, for a year, stroked / your veins smooth as varnish. / My knuckles are hard, black beetles. / We...
by Ron Butlin
Tarred roads, metal cattle-grids and wheel tracks mesh / so tightly no land can escape. Tractor ruts / cut deep into the grass to...
by John Burnside
Quam angusta innocentia est, / ad legem bonum esse. / Seneca / / It wasn't a fairground so much; / just an acre of clay on old man...
by Aleksandar Bečanović
Donijeti odluku znači zatvoriti knjigu koja / je ponešena na put. U sjedištima aviona i / vozova, čovjek se mora, ohrabren tišinom, / okrenuti sebi:...
by Jorge Debravo
Soy hombre, he nacido, tengo piel y esperanza. / Yo exijo, por lo tanto, que me dejen usarlas. / No soy dios: soy un...
by Ak Welsapar
Midday, just look around: / the heat raises the sand to a boil. / Life is nothing more than a myth / when summer comes to...
by Saadiah Mufarreh
1 / I want nothing more than wings / or my soul to cease yearning for flight. / / 2 / I want to cry out with all...
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