Poems

Five Sijo : By Tim Kahl

The Korean Sijo is an antiquated form in Korean poetry that was prominent in the late fourteenth to early fifteenth century. It was typically sung (each line containing four metric segments —what are called hemistichs—with a minor pause at the end of the second segment and a major one at the end of the fourth).  […]

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Poems

Isolation : By Ashe

The world didn’t used to be so big.  It was a long flight, sure.  But, the worst was a crying baby, or someone in the middle seat.  Now, it’s a virus.  Now, it’s red tape and visas, more visas. Closed borders and quarantine.  Surrendering one family for the other.  My partner for my sister. My […]

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