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Tuesday May 17, 2022

Fiction & Poetry

Joy Harjo
Belles Lettres

Poetry of Joy Harjo

Joy Harjo, poet laureate of the USA belongs to First Nationa poetic tradition and draws inspiration from indigenous histories of storytelling, myths and symbols.

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dawn
Belles Lettres

Poem: Wings at Dawn

The month of April is celebrated as the National Poetry month in the United States of America. In an attempt to appreciate the art of poetry, Thespaceink pays a tribute to American poet Joseph Auslander.

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science fiction on mental health
Belles Lettres

Fiction: A Small Triumph

Ela poured herself coffee and started recording the jumbled, unformed ideas twirling in her head before they dissipated. Her hands moved fast. Her mind moved faster. The brainwave became stronger with every passing minute. She wrote for a good hour and was about to put on another pot of coffee when her phone chimed a message.

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poem moon
Belles Lettres

Poem: The Mother

A horned owl hooted in derision across/the dark, putrid air (which was strange/because an ochre sun still glowered/on the horizon),/But no crickets chirped.

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story by mary johnston
Belles Lettres

Fiction: The Priestess of Marduk

A blue sky hung over Babylon, and the sun rode in strength with Marduk and with Sharrâni the king. The sun and Marduk and Sharrâni the king were somehow one….

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childhood memories
Belles Lettres

Poem: Nawabgunj

How melancholy is this transition winter hour! People spread their wings. They burn in their own flaming evening lamp… An entire lifetime incubates itself in that warmth.

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