Category: Poetry Corner


A poem by Abdelfattah Abusrour PhD, a visionary arts educator from the West Bank, Occupied Palestine.

/ November 9, 2023

Ejected Spaceship

Poem by Chu May Paing.

/ August 16, 2023

human rights Work

A poem by Natalie Brinham

/ May 25, 2023

The Tower of Polyphonic Babble

A poem by VINITA RAMANI, a freelance writer and editor. Vinita was born in India and has lived in Bahrain, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, Cambodia and the United States. She currently lives in Singapore.

/ August 4, 2022

Anthropology has cheated on me

In this poem, Chu May Paing, a radical Burmese feminist thinker and student of neo-imperialist White Academy and its modes of operation, confronts her chosen field of cultural anthropology.

/ January 3, 2022

Our Life as Rohingya Refugees

A poem written by a young Rohingya poet, from Rakhine state, living in Rangoon.

/ August 2, 2021

Myanmar Military vs Women’s Underwear: Poem by Putu Oka Sukanta

Putu Oka Sukanta, a well known literary figure in Indonesia, dedicates a poem to the people of Myanmar who are struggling for democracy and human rights. The work is presented in English – translated by Gulah Wandita – and its original Bahasa Indonesia.

/ March 13, 2021

What is Activism?

Activism is Community, striving to end inhumanity, injustices, exploitation, and oppression.

/ February 1, 2021