Goes back toward the talisman—the future
by Partha Sarkar
back toward the
find the bones of
returns with the
dry smile of anemia
does not get
surprised the hubbub
on the papers
tomorrow comes after
Partha Sarkar is a resident of Ichapur, a small
town of the province
West Bengal of India. He is a graduate who writes poems that are inspired by
the late Sankar.
Sarkar and his friends (especially Deb kumar
Khan) protest against
social injustice and crimes against nature. His poems have been in different
magazines, both in Bangla and in English.
Once, he believed in
revolution, but now he is confused because of the
obscurity of human beings. In spite of this, he keeps fire in his soul.
Bernice Holtzman’s paintings and collages have appeared in shows at various
venues in Manhattan, including the Back Fence in Greenwich
Village, the Producer’s Club, the Black Door Gallery on W. 26th St., and
one other place she can’t remember, but it was in a basement, and she was well received.