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The Poetry of Our Brew


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The Poetry of Our Brew

Our Brew takes a look at the poetry we've published, and provides the reader a selection of some of its best-loved.


Liminal

"In the world of the in-between, memory is the nourishment of poetry."

By Marne Kilates

Liminal
“In the world of the in-between, memory is the nourishment of poetry.”

Radikal

Poem in Cebuano

by Gerwin Vic E. Bhuyo

Radikal
Poem in Cebuano

Agam-agam

ni Raymart Avellaneda

By Raymart Avellaneda

Agam-agam
ni Raymart Avellaneda

Spoons in Mid-air

A poem about the agony of watching the frail eat

By Vincent R. Pozon

Spoons in Mid-air
A poem about the agony of watching the frail eat

Power

Krip Yuson allows Our Brew to share one of his latest poems, which will be included in "Kafka in the Tropics", an anthology scheduled for release before the end of the year.

by Krip Yuson

Power
Krip Yuson allows Our Brew to share one of his latest poems, which will be included in “Kafka in the Tropics”, an anthology scheduled for release before the end of the year.

The Happening While Dog-walking along Escriva Drive

Roberto “Argee” Guevarra is a lawyer by profession, an activist by preoccupation and a poet by vocation. He is kept sane by Zippo, a French bulldog, which is the subject of the poem.

By Argee Guevarra

The Happening While Dog-walking along Escriva Drive
Roberto “Argee” Guevarra is a lawyer by profession, an activist by preoccupation and a poet by vocation. He is kept sane by Zippo, a French bulldog, which is the subject of the poem.

Feeding the Cat

By Joey Salgado

Feeding the Cat
By Joey Salgado

Plantita's Poem

"It took to the light, up-turned, like a woman in yearning."

By Susan Ople

Plantita’s Poem
“It took to the light, up-turned, like a woman in yearning.”

Typhoon Child

The poet celebrates his birthday with―what else?―a poem

By Marne Kilates

Typhoon Child
The poet celebrates his birthday with―what else?―a poem.

Unmute

"To rise against the brute giant of poorly told history..." Krip lends a new poem to Our Brew. It will be included in a large anthology, "Kafka in the Tropics", scheduled for release this year.

by Krip Yuson

Unmute
“To rise against the brute giant of poorly told history...”Krip lends a new poem to Our Brew. It will be included in a large anthology, “Kafka in the Tropics”, scheduled for release this year.

I Sleep with My Mind Ajar

They come in the dark, slithering so, they need the night, preferring you asleep, your cabinets unlocked, fists unclenched

by Vincent R. Pozon

I Sleep with My Mind Ajar
They come in the dark, slithering so, they need the night, preferring you asleep, your cabinets unlocked, fists unclenched

Passing Through

Former US poet laureate Ted Kooser recommends being watchful to enjoy what life has to offer.

By Ted Kooser

Passing Through
Former US poet laureate Ted Kooser recommends being watchful to enjoy what life has to offer.

Chamber

Argee Guevarra is a lawyer by profession, an activist by preoccupation and a poet by vocation.

By Argee Guevarra

Chamber
Argee Guevarra is a lawyer by profession, an activist by preoccupation and a poet by vocation.

Routine

By Joey Salgado

Routine
By Joey Salgado

Children of the Snarl

What I consider my second "mature" or well-realized poem to come out in a publication of note (UP's 𝘋𝘪𝘭𝘪𝘮𝘢𝘯 𝘙𝘦𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘸). 'Children of the Snarl' is also the title of my first book of poems published by Aklat Peskador, 1988.

By Marne Kilates

Children of the Snarl
What I consider my second “mature” or well-realized poem to come out in a publication of note (UP’s 𝘋𝘪𝘭𝘪𝘮𝘢𝘯 𝘙𝘦𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘸). ‘Children of the Snarl’ is also the title of my first book of poems published by Aklat Peskador, 1988.

Shrapnel

"Shrapnel", one of Krip's exciting new work, will be included in "Kafka in the Tropics", a new anthology scheduled this year.

by Krip Yuson

Shrapnel
“Shrapnel”, one of Krip’s exciting new work, will be included in “Kafka in the Tropics”, a new anthology scheduled this year.

Job at the Junkyard

Working with one's hands

by Vincent R. Pozon

Job at the Junkyard
Working with one’s hands

War Poems from a Ukrainian Poet

The war in Ukraine, now in its sixth month, has provoked deep emotions around the world, and has inspired a Ukrainian poet to write in English

By Vyacheslav Konoval

War Poems from a Ukrainian Poet
The war in Ukraine, now in its sixth month, has provoked deep emotions around the world, and has inspired a Ukrainian poet to write in English

The Real Meaning of Chaos

Acclaimed poet Marne Kilates with a freshly-minted piece.

By Marne L. Kilates

The Real Meaning of Chaos
Acclaimed poet Marne Kilates with a freshly-minted piece.

We Shall Sing

By Susan Ople

We Shall Sing
By Susan Ople

Vitriol

Krip Yuson on midnight rants

by Krip Yuson

Vitriol
Krip Yuson on midnight rants

Look for Me

Pulitzer prize winner for poetry and former national poet laureate compares himself to a car deserted in the forest.

By Ted Kooser

Look for Me
Pulitzer prize winner for poetry and former national poet laureate compares himself to a car deserted in the forest.

Sketch

By Marne Kilates

Sketch
By Marne Kilates


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