Contributions by Alice Derry

Issue 15 | Summer 2014


By | Poetry

Patmos: Xora (old city) Unlock the blue door late on a warm night, step into a courtyard drenched in jasmine and lemon blossom. Breathe. These thick, white-washed walls are your refuge. When you open the door next morning in the blinding glare of the walled street, Yasas, good fortune on your head, you say to …