Monthly Archives: November 2011

‘Urban Princess’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

One urban princess drunk with her boys in the middle of a dim side-street Near a residential area, all kerosine eyed, sipping cheap vodka from a Plastic cup, and screaming ‘liberation’. But how could she yell ‘freedom’ when she’s got … Continue reading

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‘A Blasphemous World’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

Dig the corpses wandering the land of the living, With cold eyes staring blankly at those who are Presumably breathing the air that was once pure, Now tainted by gases produced from the infinite process Of decomposition that was generated … Continue reading

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‘Angel, At The Edge’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

She stood at the edge of the world, Dressed in a simple pale nightgown, With strong dry winds sucking The moisture out of her dulcet lips. She thought of Kerouac, and Ginsberg, Of  Dostoevsky, Poe, and Lovecraft. She thought of Bird, … Continue reading

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‘The Black Journal: Introduction’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

Introduction The notes I am going to share in this text, or others to follow are from a black leather bound journal I came across upon exploring the grounds of ‘Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital’ in New Jersey. I was doing … Continue reading

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