Ann Arbor Review

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Deji Adesoye
Changming Yuan
Violeta Allmuca
Beppe Costa
Engjell I. Berisha
Narendra Kumar Arya
Akwu Sunday Victor
Michelle Bailat-Jones
Laszlo Slomovits
Stefania Battistella
Agron Shele
Lana Bella
Fahredin Shehu
Alan Britt
Silvia Scheibli
Shutta Crum
Running Cub
Alex Ferde

Irsa Ruci
Jennifer Burd
Paul B. Roth
Richard Gartee
Elisavietta Ritchie
Peycho Kanev
Helen Gyigya
Amit Parmessur
Sneha Subramanian Kanta
Robert Nisbet

Jeton Kelmendi
Duane Locke

Lyn Lifshin

Richard Lynch
Jean McNerney
Fred Wolven

 


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MY EXISTENCE AN IRONY

I donít need to speak my mind
I utter to break your silence
Your necessity, your depravity

In my suppressed muteness
I am horribly loud
I have been telling so much
I am alone crowd.

I donít desire to be resuscitated
When I am down when I am dead.

As long as I was here
I was this I was that
In my essence I am not
When I saw when I thought
World a suitable specialty.

 

NAIL DOWN THE TIME

Nail deep down into the flow of time
And put a flag on it
An address tag
A line of end
A melody of evocation
A chain
Between a watch and a man
When the time will pass beyond:
Shrieks the alarm

 

 

Narendra Kumar Arya,  Patna,India

 

 

 

   


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