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— who were massacred on the riverbanks of Nakagawa...
Author: Itsuko Ishikawa
Translation: Rina Kikuchi Jen Crawford
Morning, a dull sun shines The wind blows A...
Author: Chūya Nakahara
Translation: Jeffrey Angles
Blue porcelain crow, on the make with your oohs...
Author: Takuji Ōte
Translation: James Garza
Living this year and seeing the blossom one person...
Author: Noriko Ibaragi
Translation: Peter Robinson Andrew Houwen
I shut the window, then the closet and the...
Author: Shlomo Laufer
Translation: Betsy Rosenberg
Today I asked a tailor to cut me another...
Author: Hamit Sert
Translation: Sarah Hall Neil Rollinson
Songs from Ammassalik
I’m in my Kayak Kuummiut nr. 128 Singer: Kaarulusi...
Author: Anon (Ammassalik)
Translation: Nancy Campbell
One Sunday a man arrived to sell black water...
Author: Hubert Matiúwàa
Translation: Juana Adcock
What is it Worth?
Those masters of barbarity tell us: I’ll give you...
Author: Mikeas Sánchez
Translation: Wendy Call
Happiness is a warm gun. John Lennon Austin,...
Author: Fernando Valverde
Translation: Carolyn Forché
This house is too narrow for all of us...
Author: Ehab Karim Shghedil
Translation: David Shook Bryar Bajalan
Maybe these words make no sense Maybe they mean...
Author: ADIL LATEFI
Translation: Adham Smart
I Once Met a Man
I once met a man who thought he was...
Author: VOLHA HAPEYEVA
Translation: Kim Moore
Polina, 3 years old, lives in an orphanage. In...
Author: Nene Giorgadze
Translation: Ryan Van Winkle
I love you more in temperate climates away from...
Author: FATMA KROUMA
Translation: VICTORIA ADUKWEI BULLEY
Is erring human, isn’t it divine? And shame, shouldn’t...
Author: Toon Tellegen
Translation: Judith Wilkinson