Culture, Prose

Crossing Times Crossing Cultures

by Luke Sherridan Staring at the sculpted rock before us, no larger than my hand, I offered an answer: ‘It’s a woman’. We had been asked for our first impressions on this ancient object. ‘And why do you say that?’, asked our guide Dr. Mallica Kumbera Landrus, quickly and excitedly, and with a curiosity which […]

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by Rafael Posada In my actions there is a secret meaning. In the surface of my thoughts I have played the feelings (such colours!), Danced the verbs and steered the light. In the bright exterior all is the same, as if cut down. My true wishes rest in the shadow, Holding the pain of theatre […]

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