Wax Poetry and Art presents

Comet #2


Title image shows an a stylized rear view of a sports car executing a maneuvre.
		The front wheels are turned to the left.
		The rear wheels are smoking, and the smoke covers the rear section of the car.
		Speed lines surround the car; in the distance, obscured coloured lights.

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Published May 15th, 2024

Comet #2

Comet presents stellar new poems published on the Wax Poetry and Art Network. Every four months, a comet blazes.

Published, edited, and designed by Kirk Ramdath in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. Nanaimo is located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation.

New issues are published in the Wax Poetry and Art Library on January 15th, May 15th, and September 15th.

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Published in Axil Poetry and Art
by Sophia Tone
(United States)

Published in Africa Poetry Magazine
Waiting for Harvest
by Blessing Oziama

Published in First Nations Poetry Magazine
Bigger than Me
by Chelsea Awang

Published in India Poetry Magazine
Himalayan Aurora
by Shradha Mohan

Published in Canada Poetry Magazine
by Emelda N. Gwitimah

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Title image shows a closeup view of white cherry blossoms with orange stems completely covering several red branches.
		Atop one of the branches is a butterfly with white and orange wings, with black spots.
		Behind the scene is a light blue sky.    Photo shows a beach view of dark brown sand, as if after a recent rain.
		Waves can be seen rolling in.
		Two people can be seen near the water, talking to each other and looking at the water.
		Incinerator Rock juts out of the water.
		The view of the rock is close enough to see the different layers of colour.
		Above the rock, clear blue sky.

Read previous issues of Comet:
Comet #1

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