Poetry Partners #148 'Loneliness!', a poem by Artem Miachin If you will run behind me, I will run faster. You will stumble and fall lower. Raise your eyes - there is no me... If you will follow me to pursue, You will tired, step back, lower your eyes. Here I'm! (I'll kill you). And if… Continue reading Apart, or: A part
September 11. Time to commemorate – with a game. Again. Alice rewrapped the bandage around her heart, knowing it might not contain her multiform grief. Sometimes it flashed, luminous, burning; other times it was nebulous, tickling. She still remembered the day Frank had foisted his chess board upon her… and his deliberate blunder that swung… Continue reading September 11. Again.
Sevenling (Have you heard of) Have you heard of 'Two Truths & a Lie'? Let's give it a go: My only sibling is 20 years younger than I; I have lots of gray hairs; I never wear shoes. Fun, right? Let's go again: I'd never intended to make my home in Israel; Israel's existence is… Continue reading Two truths, and/or: A lie