Writers International Edition


Mi último aliento: Poem by Alejandra Veruschka

February 10, 2023
Es pleno día y el sol ya no alumbra como antes, las tinieblas envuelven el entorno de nuestra aldea. Se aproxima una tormenta de arena, no se puede respirar, se escucha como silbidos ...
Poem by Navneet Grewal

MATERNAL ROLES : Poem by Navneet Grewal

July 27, 2022
Today it asks for more a part of me it takes ashore mutating which each bond a celebration to denounce duly awkward requests piercing her existence yet a sage of sacrificing in bits aghast with what ...
THE OTHER SIDE OF AETHER poem by vaslilici

THE OTHER SIDE OF AETHER: Poem by Vasiliki Dragouni

July 26, 2022
Darkness is approaching my window, looks thoughtfully at my tangled hands and withdraws into silence. You live there now, where you can hear the voices of the sea, where you can wear snow-like a ...

I PAINT: Poem by Smaragdi Mitropoulou

July 20, 2022
Ι paint a sun ... a basil on the windowsill… and a love among the bougainvillaeas. Ι paint a well with water to quench your thirst a nightingale to sing to you and a moon to keep you company ...

CYBERWORLD: Poem by Irene Doura-Kavadia

June 4, 2022
Towards the end [...] it's like towards the end of a masked ball, when the masks are removed. You can now see who those with whom you came into contact ...

My Love: Poem by Sujatha Warrier

May 25, 2022
My love is all my own, I dream about its rainbow hues, I wind my way often down the lanes of its memory, I smile over its expressions, revive its passions, ruminate on its reflections, ramblings and ...

A LIE: Poem by Dr. Sreekanth Kopuri

May 6, 2022
For CHARP woven with the void of years in the African sands, borrowed from the life’s incomplete pages sits in secure flat seated chair bought from the supermarket as a highest bidder at a secret safe government auction the ...