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Judith Shakespeare

I know Judith Shakespeare is alive. I have seen her scattering her dreams To the howling winds outside. I have heard her stifled sobs resonating From closets, cloisters, caverns alike. I have seen her dewy tears freeze on The very … Continue reading

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Aneesha Roy

Aneesha Roy is an avid reader and writer of poetry. She is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in English. She is interested in literature, classical mythology, feminist criticism and philosophy. She currently lives in Kolkata, India. Read her poems: A strange … Continue reading

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A Strange Confabulation

I ponder heavily, My pen lies in Assiduous wait, Its nib protruding Like fangs unleashed.   Strenuous contemplation takes over. ‘I am master of myself’, I thunder. Why then, does my slave-engineered brain Refuse to create?   Thoughts, ideas, impressions … Continue reading

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Gravitating Conundrums

She linked her fingers to his, While walking down the Smoke-filled street. He let her clutch them, Bristling slightly, involuntarily. The lurid streetlights Glared askance at the Dark silhouettes Presenting an optical illusion, Appearing to merge into one. They spoke … Continue reading

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