Monthly Archives: April 2018


It was easy to meet you, easy to absorb Every word from your nib, have them dissolve Like food into my flesh. It was easy to feel The past in you, touch the ache knitted between Your brows, the path, the time. It was also easy To want to take your life into mine, easy […]


yes but even the gre (clou ds) yest s   k   i   e   s (scra p i n g) can (t he) not quite bl ot (gro und) out the glow in my heart


The present moment says: But what’s all this fuss about me? I am an eight-year-old girl raped and killed in India by multiple men. I am the waters off Europe where bodies are floating. I am a tent-site along the border rupturing with the land-less. I am the future marching for a right to live. […]


Before dawn, My heart still picking Her way over The rough ground Of uncertainties, I found myself Meandering along Verdant streets Of his lush poetry   When morning came,   And light, Deepening, Seemed to walk down An U      n      e      n      d      i    […]


we can look into the river today as into the mirror of the mind thick, dark currents, swirls travelling along the surface gouts of foam as though it had sweat, lathering like a driven horse i can feel it behind my eyes within my skull events shape us like the wind silent, impermanent, profound as […]


Dear V I am writing you as I used to, To ask what you plan to do with your life. Those dreams you had — what on earth happened to them? You behave as if you have all the time you want, This worries me greatly. Fulfilment demands effort. Getting your act together. Seeing things […]

With You

Tuesday in the boardroom The neck-ties straightened Projection lights on For slides charted in grandiosity From a corner The heater vacuously bellows My pulse beats to the rhythm of your drum like summer rain against the screens Funny, this tyranny of materialism How it can leave the heart so warm And full