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Contents: Poetry and the City (Issue 60)

Contributors

Editor’s Note: Poetry and the City
Sayan Aich Bhowmik

Poems

The City Never Sleeps
Ritoshree Chatterjee

Exit Route
Amit Ranjan

This is a Dying Street
Malini Bhattacharya

Counting Breath
Bhaswati Ghosh

Parikrama
Abhay K

Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
Maaz Bin Bilal

Bahiragata
Sumana Roy

Ruins of the Metropolis
Aditi Dhabe

Withdrawal
Aekta Khubchandani

Monsoon at College Street
Mandira Mitra

Tales Yet To Be Heard
Nishi Pulugurtha

A Map of the City of Tenderness
Rukmini Banerjee

When She Thinks of The City
Shafinur Shafin

Unrequited: A Lost City
Sreejata Roy

Perimeters and Shapes
Aakriti Kuntal

Even Bricks Need Love
Nabina Das

The Streets of Memory
Tabish Khair

An Overheated Submarine Takes Us from Press Club to South Delhi
Uttaran Das Gupta

After the Assassination
Abin Chakraborty

Deluge in The City
Anupama Bhattacharya

Litter Of Applicasun To Eschool Principl
Rachelle Potkar

The Cashmere: A Desire
Takbeer Salati

Painting: Po Pin Lin

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For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

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