Poems by Sedanur Altun

"Soleil couchant sur la seine à Lavacourt, effet d'hiver", 1880, by Claude Monet. Pleasure and Despair It was like the wind coming through, While she looked away and felt it in. Like the changing colours of the sky Or the moonshine’s calmness, She saw that in the light of his eyes. It made her change Into some... Continue Reading →

Poems by Tayfur Aydın

Poems by Tayfur Aydın Pretty Poetry Tell me all about her; She is a waterdrop, a teardrop. The precious pearl inside the mussel that wouldn't worth a damn in the shop. Tell me all about him! Oh, he is precious, St. Beelzebub. with yellow pointy teeth and a big heart, but would spend half his... Continue Reading →

Poems by Karekin Serdar Akbaş

Poems by Karekin Serdar Akbaş Self-Sustaining without Common Pattern You don’t have to be under the sun, If it does not fit you well You are not a sunflower, You might be a fish Swimming in the sea Without the global time that people use Just the essence that feeds your personality Under the deep... Continue Reading →

Short Poems

Short Poems by Işıl İlkter a subtle kiss on the bridge that magnificent mile. .the windy city   blues in my ears great Shirley Johnson sings and my eyes dripping tears. .blue Chicago   my mother is like the sea how big, beautiful and blue. .la mère et la mer   put your head under... Continue Reading →


Poems by Tayfur Aydın Dead Buried their naked bodies into white powder sometimes pink worms Free from the burden of tomorrow, the drooling, the chase of power no more bound to a bed of thorns Forgiven from all the why? and what for? No more fathers, no more conquerors, No more you or me these... Continue Reading →

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