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Punjabi A Poem by JASPREET SINGH

“Punjabi falls on Canadian streets and sidewalks / as both snow and baraf / beckoning everyone to slip slide on its intimate / yet enigmatic surfaces …”

Duleep Singh A Poem by JASPREET SINGH

“As for me yes there is a bit / of emotion. Sometimes nothing / at all …”

Surge of Emotion:
Valvalla A poem by Bhai Vir Singh, translated from Punjabi by Dr YUKTANAND SINGH:

Those summits, where / Wings of reason were / Turned to ashes

Kant Maheli A Poem by Bhai VIR SINGH, translated from Punjabi by INNI KAUR

The voice in this poem is that of a maheli. A maheli who is drenched in love. How does one translate 'maheli'? But more importantly, who is a maheli?

Broken English A Poem by RUPI KAUR

“ …was it worth it to put all of our money / into the dream of a country that is swallowing us whole …”

The Month of Poh A Poem by INNI KAUR

“Beloved, without you, / My courtyard is empty, My home is foreign.”

800 Screaming Fans In A Los Angeles Theatre!
Rock Star? Hollywood Diva?
No, Rupi Kaur … Reading Poetry! EVA RECINOS

It seems as if the energy might turn into a spark, then a fire.

Unni Sau Chaurasi:
Harbhajan Singh’s
Poetry of Nineteen-Eighty-Four MAHMOOD AWAN

The longing and sadness of a helpless, stateless soul.

Rupi Kaur’s Poetry Collections Are The Top-Selling Books In The United States AGATHA FRENCH, The Los Angeles Times

It is genius to pick the things that almost everyone could recognize in their lives.

“Let This Entire Nation Tell Its Children”:
November, A Collection Of Poems by Jaspreet Singh A Book Review by MARKETA HOLTEBRINCK

All the while burning in ever renewing flames ...

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