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 [...]

‘Haft Seen’ and other poetry by Shakila Azizzada

‘Haft Seen’ and other poetry by Shakila Azizzada

Once Upon A Time in memory of Leila Sarahat Roshani   Granny used to say always keep your magic sack tucked inside your ribcage.   Don't say the sun's worn out, don't say it's gone astray. Say, I'm coming back.   May the White Demon protect and watch over you. Oh, daughter of the dawn, [...]