A Celebration of Women’s Poetry for International Women’s Day 2018

A Celebration of Women’s Poetry for International Women’s Day 2018

  'A History of Love Letters' by Seanín Hughes   Miss said every time I told a lie, Baby Jesus had a nail hammered into his hand. She said I had a sad mouth, corners downturned, pointing to hell.   Stephen with the p-h had a mouth like sunshine. I gave him a token: a tiny toy [...]

‘It Was I’ and other poems by Dolonchampa Chakraborty

‘It Was I’ and other poems by Dolonchampa Chakraborty

  Perfect Storm I look at my palm It’s full of scars, crosses and half-lines Neither money nor the life line is full Index finger bends a lot Which means I’m not rigid enough Fingers of my feet are not feminine A desirable bride would have Different set of feet. These are my favourite though [...]