ILegend has it that Alexander the Great’s horse Jhelum died here and so the city was named after it.It is believed that Jhelum signifies the ‘hoof mark’ in Greek and that the horseleft a mark on the soft…
"In and out" is a poem from the poetry book 'chai cannot be made in a kettle' by Juwairiah.
Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu explores themes of African diaspora, identity and faith as a Black Muslim through her compelling verse, in a poetic tapestry woven between London and Ghana.
A beautiful poem about Fez by Roger Abdul Wahhab Boase, conveying the sacred nature of the city with evocative details of the everyday.
Yahia Lababidi reads his poem Embracing, We Let Go from the poetry anthology A Kaleidoscope of Stories, Muslim Voices in Contemporary Poetry.
Origami Lungs - A poem about the decree and destiny in the poetry book ALL THE BIRDS WERE INVITED TO A FEAST IN THE SKY
A Good Word is a poem on loss from the poetry collection PEACE BE UPON US by Iljas Baker.
Ramadan is Listening by Medina Tenour Whiteman in A KALEIDOSCOPE OF STORIES - Muslim Voices in Contemporary Poetry
The sky cracksjust a littleand lightthe Lightpours in,pours downand we with cupped hands catch it,and all the monthis a held breath- Ray Lacina View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lote Tree Press (@lotetreepress) About the…