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Silvia Scheibli
'Deji W. Adesoye
Chris Lord
Ali Znaidi
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Lyn Lifshin
Laszlo Slomovits
Naim Kelmendi
Richard Kostelanetz
Anton Gojcaj
Duane Locke
Jennifer Burd
David Ishaya Osu
Steve Barfield
Miguel A Bernao Burrieza
Richard Gartee
Violeta Allmuca
Alan Britt

Fred Wolven
Ilire Zajmi
Running Cub
Donal Mahoney
Fahredin Shehu
Peter Tase
Nahshon Cook
Al Ortolani
Alex Ferde
Anton Frost

Michelle Bailat-Jones
Lazlo Slomovits & Jennifer Burd

Karyn M. Bruce
A. J. Huffman
Michael D. Long



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Foams of Adriatic Sea and
The air full of iodine
Spawn of tough sharks
Light Zephyr

Under the Palm
With the golden leafs

The boy is screaming
The Moon is full
The dog barks at it
The Moon does not care
Nor do we…



…and the rain was flooding
Washed off all
Arrogance that damaged
Your beauty

I’ve left two
Watermelons cooling
In the river after
The flood

People were happy seeing
Rainbow; they were
Adoring it as God
Drunk by Hope
They forgot the sweetness
Of the escaping “Today”

We were smiling
And pitting them

We kissed each other  
And faint



Fahredin Shehu, Prishtina, Kosovo



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