POEM KUBILI 63 – NOT TRANQUILITY

JG Lewis Poem Kubili

NOT TRANQUILITY Fading. A matter of time. Deep consideration for those left behind. The choice, quiet and clean. Always leave a lasting impression. Hidden exhaustion; tired of trying, of wanting,…

POEM KUBILI 63 – The Sun God

Joy R. Wilson Parrish Poem Kubili

  The Sun God The Sun God drifts, bare feet hovering just above the gravel and weed hips swaddled, skull well wrapped in muslin and mystery. Our small faces daily…

POEM KUBILI 63 – O MOTHER MOON

Alex Maxwell Poem Kubili

O MOTHER MOON She sings me sweetly, through the clouded veil as it falls down over her navigating pale ivory sombre face, O mother moon I have no need for…

POEM KUBILI 63 – Compunction

David Thorpe Poem Kubili

Compunction Not until a ray of warmth penetrated the frozen shell, were released as drops of icicle, redolent of our delirious dawns, drenched with nectar sumptuous, savoured from a gamesome…

POEM KUBILI 63 – AT THE ANCIENT LIBRARY

AT THE ANCIENT LIBRARY Come! Feast with me Eat the English word Sumptuous fare waits spilled on long wooden tables draped in light-shadowed panes Sit! Inhale air redolent with biblichor…