Poetry published in Vita Brevis Literature-“Blind Justice”

Happy and delighted to see one of the poems have found a home in Vita Brevis Literature, curated and founded by editor in chief Brian Geiger.I've been closely following the Vita Brevis since the day of its inception and have seen it grow from strength to strength. It's an excellent modern poetry journal which features … Continue reading Poetry published in Vita Brevis Literature-“Blind Justice”


So excited to see the poetry anthology, I’m so honored to be part of,
has been chosen as the 100 Best New Poetry Books to be read in 2019. A list compiled by Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post.

Indie Blu(e) Publishing

Kindra M. Austin, Candice Louisa Daquin, Rachel Finch, and Christine E. Ray are thrilled to announce that Book Authority has named We Will Not Be Silencedone of the 100 Best New Poetry Books to Read in 2019.

You can see the full list here.

We Will Not Be Silenced is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble online, and Book Depository.

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Poetry published in the TreeHouse Arts-“Lonely Moon”

First Published in the Literary Yard I'm so delighted to see that one of my poems "Lonely Moon" has found a home with TreeHouse Poetry Magazine. So thankful to the editor Natasha Ganes for giving me this wonderful opportunity to be part of their flourishing magazine. TreeHouse is an online magazine filled with works of fiction, … Continue reading Poetry published in the TreeHouse Arts-“Lonely Moon”

Fatal attraction

Megha's World

“Mysteries of attraction could not always be explained through logic. Sometimes the fractures in two separate souls became the very hinges that held them together.”
― Lisa Kleypas, Devil in Winter


That insatiable thirst

which rises from the depth of my soul

and devours me like a wildfire

this incessant need

to be wrapped around your soul

like an unstoppable contagion

this is the fever which is catching on

I’m getting drawn in

I love your lies

and I can slurp your deception

till that last drop

which quenches my thirst

and satiate my parched soul

You can pretend it not meant to be

but I can see the swirl of passion

in the black of your eye

and like a laughter hidden in the trees

I can  find your fragments buried in me

that surge of emotions

my soul is tainted by the carnal desire

like a festering wound

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