Autumn Breezes Emile Pinet September skies show signs of Fall as geese trumpet their honking call. But before rivers start to freeze, Autumn breezes strip bare the trees. October dons colors of gold, orange, and red, inked by the cold. And as the hoarfrost spreads with ease, Autumn breezes stripContinue Reading

A Better Tomorrow Emile Pinet From my window, I see children at play, their color blindness encourages me. They do not let skin shades stand in their way playing there together, where all can see. I hear laughter with no sarcastic sting, there are no racial slurs used to degrade.Continue Reading

The Planet We Call Home Emile Pinet Earth is the planet we call home, a blue marble spinning in space; orbiting a splendorous sun, an extraordinary jewel. A blue marble spinning in space, a gem breathtaking to behold; an extraordinary jewel, with crystal poles of snow and ice. A gemContinue Reading

ODE TO GRIEF (A fibonacci chain) By Kay Watkins Love Hurts With death Of those loved Grief tears you apart Then you know t’was a worthwhile love Yet… Still… We stay We remain Yes, we’re left behind But the love stays with us always.Continue Reading

Dilwar Khan (কবি দিলওয়ার) was a Bangladeshi poet. Known as Gono Manusher Kobi (poet of the mass people), he was awarded Bangla Academy Literary Award in 1980 and Ekushey Padak in 2008 by the Government of Bangladesh. Born, Career and Death Khan was born in Bharthokhola, South Surma, Sylhet District, Bengal Presidency. He received a Bangla Academy FellowshipContinue Reading