Tiny planet

"Tiny planet" - poetry by Roshan James, Wellesley, Ontario, Canada

Text: It looked so beautiful Round and Reams of blue marbled with A deep, sun-fed green, cool To the touch, and warming On sight, fields dotted with Yellow, white Buzzing with micro-life Beckoning us from Beyond, enticing our Energy, optimistic In what could be if We found our Self embodied And inhabiting This tiny planet

Find me

"Find me" - poetry by Roshan James, Wellesley, Ontario, Canada

Text: And when you find me I’ll be here, content In my mixed up stories Light and dark Ocean and fire At ease in the odds


"Becoming" poetry by Roshan James, Wellesley, Ontario, Canada

  Text: It is an odd feeling This becoming Attuned to microscopic shifts And the slightest change in how the eyebrow lifts Attentive to the microcosmic evolution At play in flesh and mind A creative revival of spirit More than revising, starting wholly again First drafting Story crafting Bringing it home To where we’ve always been […]

Return from stone

"Return from stone" poetry by Roshan James, Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Text: When you’re swallowed up, fighting for air When loneliness echoes off the walls Even when warmth starts to find your bones And your eyes, your eyes, they return from stone Breathe into the relief, trace the carvings left behind And remember It’s all part of the story

Strings attached

A theory proved A story cleaved Fragmented over time An echo reverberating Across many strings With endless possibilities Intertwining Of various realities Intermingling Shadows nearly recognisable Slips of memories That could be fables Words I thought And might have spoken To someone I may have known, Even loved, in theory Once upon a string

One story

One story, poetry by Roshan Grossman

This journey is an open book With so many steps Undocumented Paths unfolding Divergent Possibilities unexplored So the story in this book Is one, read Among many journeys Followed and not