Mirrors

Joy R. Wilson Parrish Poem Kubili

This cat ,long of leg and green of eye slinks with challenged elegance across filth strewn floors, shadows deep obscure her ragged opulence. Once lithe, now halting and wearied, a…

An Impression

JG Lewis Poem Kubili

Delicate. Strength subtly woven into each fibre. Luxury among mediocrity. Cashmere faintly holds the fragrance of virulent lies, perspiration, earned honesty, recycled promises. Natural fibres stretch, in time, to accommodate…

Uncertain Science

JG Lewis Poem Kubili

Questioning honesty, authenticity, how do we cautiously step through this caliginous silence? An uncertain science of relationships, we hover in lucid ambiguity. We navigate thickets of discomfort, streams of plans…

This Winter of our Virulence

David Thorpe Poem Kubili

This winter of our virulence On the canvas of our lives to paint afresh augustness I dip my brush in chivalry, gone astray with indifference in the clammy mists of…

Dauphine Street

Joy R. Wilson Parrish Poem Kubili

Dauphine Street The air leans heavy. Legs damp with jasmine lay tangled within sheets stained with sugar another d chicory,  from the shop down the street. Youth wakes me, laughing,…

Two Uncomfortable Hands

Alex Maxwell Poem Kubili

Two Uncomfortable Hands From the beginning we discover all the signs in stars, shine through yet, if the roads of life flow straight why do the caliginous minds bend These…