1227-2021

Published on Mondays, with columns by Artists and Writers
Published since 2002, an Ocean and Pounds publication

 

 

Caffeine Reveries
by Shelley Savor

 


Pandemic Stroll

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Taking Notes
by Jeff Jackson

 

“ Waiting Woman “, Rua Augusta, Lisbon, 2020.

 

 


ebook titles available
Istanbul Postcards (Holly Lee)
The Air is like a Butterfly (Holly Lee)
The Diary of Wonders (Tomio Nitto)
Twenty Twenty (Kai Chan)
CODA (Lee Ka-sing)

Greenwood
by Kai Chan


Head 2021 Ink on paper

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The Photograph
coordinated by Kamelia Pezeshki


Untitled by Kamyar Sheissi

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CHEEZ
by Fiona Smyth

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Poem a Week
by Gary Michael Dault

 

TOUCANS AT THE MALL
 
toucans
play
in plastic trees
 
next to
the food court's
deep-fried
breeze
 
they sit there
in chromatic ease
trying not to cough
or sneeze
 
longing for
the kind of trees
that nothing plastic
can appease
 
the toucans dream
of turquoise seas
where they can live
the way they please
 
catching fish
and drinking teas
draining their days
down to the lees
 
 
toucans
praying on their knees
for better
realer days
than these

 

Aotearoa
by Madeleine Slavick 思樂維


storage

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DOUBLE DOUBLE issue 1224-2021

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CONTENTS: Book of Days, a poem by Holly Lee / Forty Eight Recent Photographs, Lee Ka-sing

 

Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee

 



Uzbekistan (November, 2019) – Wandering into the haze of hand painted blue tiles at Kuhna Ark, added to our enchanted state. We waited around hoping the small auditorium would empty for a brief moment of solo marvel and bewilderment. The flash of my euphoria was distracted by a group of pilgrims seemingly more curious in my presence; than the surrounding mosaics, an interesting interlude resulting in a series of portraits.

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From the Notebooks (2010-2021)
by Gary Michael Dault

 

From the Notebooks, 2010-2021.
Number 117: Madonna Flower (June 28, 2021)

 

ProTesT
by Cem Turgay

 

Leaving Taichung Station
by Bob Black

 


when the winter softens

I hunger you
when the winter softens, and sound and trickling light swifts beneath the crackling trees growing restless in their defrosting, their thawed hearts reaching seaward and netting our hopes and oneiric chatting. My ruggedized heart brushed clean, awaiting the tone of your toes scribbling in the sand. Wavering and light scrolled and

The trees, stretch wide beneath the licking sky, dropped light between the snow
dropped white between the falling bronchial arteries
Life vaping upon white, snow scribbled air

and
breaking open past the dunes, a traveler, you away westward and green and I am coming,
in my dream

The algebra from me to you


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