Watch in Full – A Poem

By Kim Jensen On January 11, 2024, South Africa opened its historic genocide case against Israel in the International Court of Justice at the Hague. If my insides were visible through the pores of my […]

An Activist’s Prayer – A Poem

By Stephen Brackens Brinkley Dearest Lord, May we have minds that treasure and seek stillness, purity, and positivity and that are capable of wise judgments and right decisions Eyes that see and delight in beauty […]

The Martyred Son – A Poem

By Hassen Lorgat The Palestinian Prisoners Society broke the news today “the Israeli occupation assassinated Sheikh Khader Adnan” The Physicians for Human Rights and all of Palestinians agreed Ben Gvir and the rest of the […]

Julian Assange – A Poem

By Timothy McCord (After reading “The Trial of Julian Assange” by Nils Melzer and after W.B. Yeats) I Say that Julian Assange Has paid a heavy toll. He lies in Belmarsh Prison; His liberty they […]

Shireen Jenin Sumud – A Poem

By Ronnie Kasrils Shireen! Shireen! Struck down on Street Jenin Bloodhounds Snarl and bite Her home they storm Her corpse still warm They salivate Gobs of hate Dogs of war Raid hospital ward Bereft respect […]

Parable – A Poem

By Finn Mac Eoin Malsi, who had never been out of Gaza was picking olives close to the high border wall. She said to her grandmother that she wished the trees were much much taller. […]

Just another War (Poem)

By Hassen Lorgat Evasion /invasion /evasion /invasion / invasion evasion killing fields /killing fields / fields that kill humans? / humans kill all victims and survivors of war/ all victims and survivors of war MUST […]

A Visit Home – A Poem

By Jane Otaqui This poem was written shortly after a conversation with our Palestinian friend Rafiq who, together with his entire village, was expelled by the Israelis in 1948 and forced into exile. He spoke […]

Two Poems in Protest for Palestine

By Farrah Sarafa The protest for Palestine in Manhattan this past month was one of a kind. Erected in wake of ongoing displacements, settlement expansions, and militarized upsurges in East Jerusalem, Palestinian voices have risen […]

My Sunbird – A Poem

By Ruqaiya Takreem Hold the hope, my sunbird, Hold that hope. In times of thunder, Choking blazes and smoke, Don’t lose hope.   It’s this hope she wants to burn. The vision of home. The […]