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by AMALOU OUASSOU (Morocco)

April 2022

We think it was a lit cigarette

flicked off the wrist of a driver, racing past

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by ALENA LIN (Singapore)

April 2022

With plates of food in hand, you are forced to greet vaguely familiar faces.

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by EZIMADU UGORJI (Nigeria)

November 2021

The children call it "Reverend Father" because the flock of white feathers at its neck seems like the collar on a priest's black cloak. 

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by LINDA KONG (United States)

November 2021

moonlight kisses the clouds. It rings, the moonlight, like church bells striking.

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by TIFFANY LEONG (United States)

July 2021

I knew Chinatown best on Saturdays, 

the November kind

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by IZRAHMAE SUICO (The Philippines)

July 2021

Today, nature is fit in an open, square bus window with Mama obstructing the moving, alfresco greenery. 

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by NURA OROOJI (South Africa)

July 2021

Waterfalls of cream and white, 

with leafy laced foam

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by LAUREN TEH (United Arab Emirates)

July 2021

Soft sliding susurrations, light lift of page, 

A sigh, a huff, a breath, murmurs in the murky quiet


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by NEERAJA KUMAR (India)

July 2021

Why does the sky appear black from the airplane

even though its sweltering noon on the ground?

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by CHRIS LIM (The Philippines)

July 2021

Jeepney Smoke seeps through the iron rail

to keep him bloodshot. He burrows in the neck