CURRENT ISSUE - 2.3
WRITE THE WORLD WEBSITE
MATHEMATICS: TRY AND CALCULATE ME
by NAZEEFA AHMED (Canada)
Mathematics: prove me
with your trig identities
RED AND GOLD
by VIVIAN ZHI (Canada)
My words can be a sense of comfort, a feeling of being understood, a thought, an awakening.
DON'T TRY TO BE BLACK ATLAS
by CARISSA CEASOR (United States)
Shirk your sense of responsibility.
Leave your guilt at the door of progress.
by ANYA WILSON (Ireland)
When I arrive home, there are men outside our cottage. But these are not my dada's friends.
by YASMINE BOLDEN (United States)
You have never known those shores or those
people or those words that sound like a memory
DOOF IN NIATIRB
by ELOISE DAVIS (United Kingdom)
Throughout my many travels, to all sorts of exotic lands, never before have I seen a diet so extraordinary as that of the snamuh.
DON'T YOU SWAT AT A FLY
by ARIA MALLARE (United States)
Don't you swat at a fly.
Don't you mindlessly shoot that harmless creature to the ground.
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE FROM ALABAMA
by LEE GAINES (United States)
you have learned there is both good and bad about where you live.
you have learned the stubbornest people on the planet are Southern.
A MEXICAN TWIN / GEMELO MEXICANO
by ASHTON PERFECTO (United States)
I am an American boy
with a Mexican twin.
by ARIELLE LINN (Myanmar)
In the thousand faceless poems I've read
the moon has never been named a "him."
NEGRO SWAN: THE ALBUM THAT DARED TO EXPORE EVERYTHING HUMAN
by AURELLI LAZUARDI (Singapore)
Negro Swan allows Devonte Hynes to address his struggles as a young black man in the UK.