A poem on the cities that exist and the cities that should exist.
It may seem odd that we get pleasure from sad songs.
'I'm looking for an unassuming vernacular that demands a distinction – between the griefs one can write about and the griefs one just ought to feel.'
In the UK, 21-year-old Ben John – convicted of possessing a bomb-making manual – was asked by judge to read 'Pride and Prejudice', 'A Tale of Two Cities' and …
Or have we reached peak human intelligence?
A poem on a lack of empathy in the midst of a crisis.
Part observation and part rumination, a poem on religion, rationality, empathy and hypocrisy.
Some scientists say attributing 'human-like' qualities to animals is misleading. Others say it's a great tool for conservation. Either way, the Netflix hit 'My Octopus Teacher' has a positive …
A poem on growing up as a girl and inner conflicts that are yet to be resolved.
The world is flocking towards fascist leaders, and bystander engagement is crucial at this time.