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Poetry || Asphodels (Bipasha Chakraborty)

And then my impulse grew out of my skin, tearing it to bits I broke and entered my soul from those cracked openings Only to find the wounds from yesteryears lying unattended Beneath layers of pensiveness Few half-healed, few still fresh Tell you this truth,

Dis-illusions: A Treatise

Would you go so far as to term disillusionment a loss that beats the ferocity of death itself? The mistimed slashes of the sickle notwithstanding, death is a constant that one gradually internalises to expect and withstand with a ritualistic pinch of salt, as devastating

Poetry || Two Poems (Daniel de Culla)

In a Lamp In a lamp and in a bronze candlestick And in a carved stone in the Romanic time. Culla was Templars’ matrix house Where they developed intellectual powers: The collective bargaining, the business deal The double-dealing And the sexual intercourse And anything they