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“What Age Does”

Written by Dania Akkawi  “What Age Does” in the two years, five months, and 48 hours since we walked through these doors. …

“What Poetry Does”

Written by Aya Telmissany  “What Poetry Does” See what Poetry does—it escapes me Like a child playing hide-and-seek Concealed in the most …

“Applause”

Written by Dania Akkawi “Applause” The pencil was broken in half, with an eraser bitten off. Its edges and sides, all punctured. …

“The age of my teenage”

Written by Amy El Zayaty “The age of my teenage” I knew she was rock n’ roll blues, swinging moods, chilly air, …

“When it Comes”

Written by Dania Akkawi “When it Comes” When the feeling disappears, and you’re pulled out of the only thing you know, the …

“Blessed Day”

By Anonymous sender Today’s the day the toy soldier looks his best Today’s the day the dolls adorn a crest Today’s the …

A Collection of Poems

Written by Aya Telmissany ‘Desert Rain’ Eyes dry and dusty, a heart so rusty She cries soundless deserts of pain She lets …

“March 29th, Suez Road”

Written by Marta Ashraf how today was the running late, usual accidents on the Suez, usual not too usual, two accidents, not …

“I Miss You”

Written by Amy El Zayaty They call to me from below, Or above, I am not sure. But they call to me, …