AMP. Always Electric.

Volume 2, No. 1

The Condemned Rain

The barefoot people that
walked wearisome from an
other shore to the hereafter
in between cold wars and
aftermaths,
        disintegrated
and gathered over municipal
councils while epidemics
spread like water over the
many canals of land-plots.
Ten-thousand bodies
dispelled into mass
burials,
     flat tables held
flat maps spread out over
the natural element of rain,
which tapped at the extant.

Sneha Subramanian Kanta

Sneha Subramanian Kanta finds credence in non-linear forms of looking. Avant-garde art, untold stories and tales of refugees are matters that resonate. Her work is forthcoming in Fallujah Magazine, ZOOPOETICS, Serendipity, Erstwhile Magazine, the first print anthology of Peacock Journal and elsewhere. A recipient of the prestigious GREAT scholarship, she is pursuing her second postgraduate degree in literature in the United Kingdom. She has lectured undergraduate students. When not taking ecopoetry workshops for marine biology students, she reads Hemingway and goes for long walks. Write to her at s.sneha01@yahoo.in.