Aloka Magazine

Two Poems by Hana Jiang

A Well Billion years hiding deep Unstopped, unshaped, unformed Unceasingly, persistently infiltrated It     flows underneath The cracks the blood veins the continuous thirst Thank the thousand years wisdom that puddles it spades it wreathes it The water that is made stay always Quietly seeps and seeps It’d be neither full nor less The infinity…

Two Poems by Bharti Bansal

Animals in love It starts with a tiny realisation of adulthood that everything around us is a tapestry of failedefforts in love Otters hold hands while sleepingBut a cuckoo never sees her own children again Love, I suppose, is just another excuse for pain Do parrots close their eyes when they kiss? I think the…



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