Category: Poetry


By Moukendi Misenga Pong Song Shin Christine : InstagramMoukendi Misenga Pong Song Shin : Facebook Wake up, please move on, I know he would like you to do so.What is gone never dies, because it still lives inside usLive now, not just for you but for all the souls that are hereRight next to […]


By Jayson B. Abad Welcome to the world full of lies,Where it’s good to be fake than being right.The world that has forgotten its past,The world that remains unaware of what it was.Welcome to the world, where only progress is acknowledged and not the killed rainforest. Is this the world we have been working so […]

Take Care, Not Antibiotics

A poem about the dangers of antibiotic resistance

A Paracosm: Her Salvation

Walking on the aisle of the lush green meadow,feeling the brush of blooming lavender on the soft skin of her fingertips,straining to hear that exquisite melody the wind whispered to her in secret.the breeze tickling her neck, swaying the curled locks of her golden hair.She gazed at the sun,a blazing furnace,as it emerged from behind […]

The Power Of Corona Virus

By: Sabila Siddiqui Its name left buzzing malls empty,sanitizers out of stock,masks and hygiene products booming. It revolutionized responses to sneezes from “bless you” to “get away from me”.It shut down schools and flights bringing governments to its knees. It snatched sleep from health workers,that now risk their lives every day to be the hustle towards the cure […]

IN IT TOGETHER ( Covid-19)

In a world where we are, too busy to look up from our phones,  Caught up in invisible competition,  Driven by thoughts, arguments and unseen complexities,  The novel coronavirus seems to have  Engulfed countries , and Engulfed Economies.  Necessities people thought they couldn’t survive without,  Unfortunately seems like a luxury today.  Forced to stay at […]