48hr Poetic Response to Shani Rhys James’ automata & paintings: ‘Cassandra’s Rant’, Ceredigion Museum, Feb 15. Photography by Keith Morris

empty cot when they view the rushes of life on earth it will all pass in flashes, brushing over the detail indivisible pain, the suffering that is living, they will see that we procreated, babies sometimes made it sometimes not, but what they won’t see, those lords of the faeries in their stellar cinema is […]

48hr Poetic Response to Tim Shaw’s ‘Black Smoke Rising’, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Nov 14 as part of Scriptography Productions’ Response Time. Photography by Keith Morris

I. Torture room crude practices of death in this room we are all identity-less that woman a question mark to the one they can’t ask they don’t know why they had to leave but she birthed them to their worlds in screams and now, they press rewind pacts blur lines standing in sexual proximity because […]

Küçük İskender – Mothers do not forgive their sons

Küçük İskender’s latest poem in English translation featured this month in Kalyna Review Click this link http://www.kalynareview.com/kucuk-iskender/4587168899 photo copyright of Istanbul Places

‘Before Me There Were Deserts’ by Turkish poet Müesser Yeniay

Before Me There Were Deserts Stay at Sıtkıllivah                             where the wave-like sands thin out and subside…* I saw them eating my body like a carcass I did not say, “bring me into this world!” I found myself around the fire like the hump of a camel I’ve curved passing through the world they gathered […]