Category Archives: India
For S. A tidal sound wave of the Italian airforce flying formations woke us at eight forty-five today The office is as messy as usual, its effect on my writing and other parameters yet to be examined as to creative … Continue reading
I knew not then that it was / so near, that it was mine, and that / this perfect sweetness had / blossomed in the depth of my / own heart. Continue reading
“Like, will you stay forever?” Nutan said. “I’ll try. But eventually I’ll have to go. And you might have to go before that.” “Where would I go?” “Study, for example. At a school in some other town.” “I would never … Continue reading
In her suggestion for this week’s Totally Optional Prompts, the theme of which is A different voice, Tiel Aisha Ansari quotes several poems for inspiration. They include a translation of Adam by Federico García Lorca. I’m letting Jackson Browne speak … Continue reading
I look across the small Neckar at dusk, and it is like an apology for what we failed to accomplish on these shores. You are away in distant Bengal, where I now imagine I’m drifting down the scintillating expanse of … Continue reading
No, I simply will not go back there, to that loud clearing that saw oblivion. Not in a lifetime, not with you. Never with you. – Leonard Blumfeld (© 2008) Author’s note A diamond-shaped fibonacci poem based on raga patdip … Continue reading
It’s overwhelmingly clear that the American star, trying to do his affectionate and charming best, likes the Indian actress. But the storm of outrage this provoked in India! Here’s an in-depth report at Shadmia’s World.