World Literature

Eyes – A poem from Bengal

Eyes’re reflection of her soul pure and true; True and indifferent, indifferent and absorbent; who cares what those eyes perceive…

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The song of summer – A Short Story from Uzbekistan

The story of a beautiful girl, who had sweet voice and could be a great singer but was seen selling…

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Hanging afternoon on a wind – Poetry from Vietnam

I hang my afternoon on a wandering wind; the old shadow of time seems old in stale photo box; a…

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Good Morning – Poetry from Vietnam

I dream about the cool blue river, the moon is thin on high; it looks like a silver sickle, vaguely…

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Lay down the guns – Poetry from India

Before the earth, lay down the guns, lower your glare, bury the blind hatred, and the prejudice!                Lay down…

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Drop of Love – A Poem from Peru

A drop of love makes a difference that tips the balance   Drop of Love A drop of love Makes…

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Hey! Listen To Me… A Poem from Bhutan

One day you fall on earth and say goodbye, akin to autumnal leaves flying down the sky, your pride, ego…

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Fairy Tells a Fairy-Tale – Poetry from Bengal

Like the eternal flame of hope n inspiration, I dance with the rhythm of universe, love flows through my veins,…

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Fear – Poetry from Assam

Staying alive means assimilating at a corner of the melee, still a miserable fear nibbles continually   FEAR The abode…

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Yearning For… Poems from Assam

In my next birth I crave to be a tree, a big shady tree, my roots will spread to miles,…

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