I'm so thrilled and excited to share this news about my acceptance in the editorial team of UK based Literary journal MookyChick. I'm so thankful to the EIC Magda Knight and the entire team for accepting me. Mookychick is a passion project done for love, not the money. And that passion has kept them strong … Continue reading Assistant Poetry Editor at Mookychick
The dark engulfs your sorrows and pains and paint a different shade of happiness A different shade of grey The night paint kohl in your eyes underline the magic in your gaze; it casts the spell of your tantalizing looks turning my wishes ablaze Takes me, the stranger into the whirlwind of your desire; spins me … Continue reading My beautiful night
Today is the day and I'm so proud and equally honored to be part of this anthology which not only features the survivors of domestic violence by featuring the works anonymously but also raises the charities for the same. Curated by Juliette Sebock of Vociferous Press. The anthology features the poetry, prose and visual arts … Continue reading Poetry published in the “Screaming from the Silence” maiden anthology by Vociferous Press
Being a part of a relationship should not be like facing an obstacle course. Yes, it should present you with challenges and give you the experience of dealing and growing but the whole timeline of being in a relationship should not present itself as a confrontation. A constant challenge. It should help you grow as … Continue reading Where is the home you are looking for?
How can we ever celebrate a day which marks as evasion and brutal violation of human rights?
Very fitting and moving poetry from Paul Cannon.
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples need to know there is an image that displays deceased people.
“Australia Day” January 26 marks the anniversary of the arrival of the first fleet at Port Jackson in 1788. For most indigenous people this is known as invasion day. Their treatment to this day has been brutal and in the least one of denial and rejection. It is a hard history to read and on the part of the colonial architects, even to this day, a very shameful history. I am one of many Australians who would rather move the celebration to a new date in conjunction with a dialogue with indigenous peoples as to how to achieve that. But then I believe that nationalism and patriotism are poisonous, as history and our nightly news shows, so maybe no day is needed.
Photo: Australian National University: Aboriginal men in chains in the…
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