Ann Arbor Review

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Amit Parmessur
Elisavietta Ritchie
Donal Mahoney
Fahredin Shehu
Richard Kostelanetz
Alex Ferde
Michelle Bailat-Jones
Duane Locke
Chris Lord
Nahshon Cook
Al Ortelani
Shutta Crum
Ajibola Tolase
Silvia Scheibli
Laszlo Slomovits
Emmanuel Samson
Lyn Lifshin
Running Cub
Nikita Parik

Alan Britt
John Grey
Bhisma Upreti
Paul B. Roth
Jennifer Burd
Sunday Michael
Michael H. Brownstein
Burd
Ali Znaidi

Richard Gartee
Kanev Peycho

Engjell I. Berisha

Fred Wolven
Petraq Risto
Carolyn Elias
Alabi Oyedeji



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SIDES OF A COIN

The left
Raised their hand
Deep into the darkness of the air
Anchored on nothing

The right
Anchored on nothing
Deep into the darkness of the air
Raised their hand

Parallel lines, the warlords retort,
Their meeting is to be infinitely postponed.

 


PYCHOSIS

Poetry holds my hand
Her hand is cold
Her grip is strong
My lady may object
I ask Poetry
Who killed you?
Poetry says ghosts don't hold hands
Ghosts' grip wouldn't be this firm
Even if they do
Ghosts are figment of your psychosis
I ask like you?
Poetry smiles and says
All things in the end
Do not exist.

 

 

 

Alabi Oyedeji,  Sodiq Alabi, Iwo , Nigeria

 

 


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