Jemshed Khan

Jemshed Khan was born overseas but lives and works in Kansas and Missouri.  Much of his writing deals with ethical misgivings. He has published poems in Rigorous, Rat's Ass Review, the chapbook NanoText (Medusa's Laugh Press, February 2017), Clockwise Cat, shufPoetry, Pilcrow & Dagger, Heartland:150 Kansas Poems and I-70 Review.  He has work slated for I-70 Review (2018) and Writers Resist (2017).

Instead, we rainbowed  the space― hung sexy lace.
I ordered Gitmo closed and asked for the extra clothes
to patch together a warmer wintery scene.
We clothed some homeless folks in Georgetown,
gave them three squares each and a jail house cell.

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My fists drum my
chest  an de Village Spirit He leap to
dance in me.  In hymn o plen-tay
my momma voice still weep, she
now comfort me.  An in hymn o

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