Aberration

First Published in Literary Yard, August 2018 I'm an aberration, An anomaly, A certain twist in the tale How do you feel when you masks peel off in layers? and every time you shred your pain and misery You see more layers forming underneath Like the layers of the onion Like the countess scab you … Continue reading Aberration

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Unknown

First Published in the Ariel Chart How the fear of the unknown births in the corner of my heart Does the burning candle know its destiny? Does the kite flying soaring high in the skies knows that exact moment it will face the ground or does the fish fear for the brutal face of the … Continue reading Unknown

Two poems published in the Madness Muse Press Blog-“Broken” and “Immigrant”

This fills me with happiness to see that two of my poems have been featured on the Madness Muse Press Blog. I"m really thankful to the associate editor Chani Zwibel to have given me the opportunity. Madness Muse was founded in 2016 as a means to publish writing with sociopolitical learnings.Currently it is  press dedicated … Continue reading Two poems published in the Madness Muse Press Blog-“Broken” and “Immigrant”

Eight poems published in “I’m not a silent poet”

I'm really thankful to the editor Reuben Wholley to have published my 8 poems in his poetry journal. I have been voicing my opinion time and again, against the social evils through the power and reach of my words." I'm not a silent poet" is a platform with welcomes the quality poems of protest and … Continue reading Eight poems published in “I’m not a silent poet”

Contributing Editor at Ariel Chart and Call out for submissions

It gives me immense pleasure and happiness to share with you that I have been accepted as a Contributing Editor at the Ariel Chart. I'm really thankful to the editor in Chief and founder of the Ariel Chart, Mark Antony Rossi to have given me this wonderful opportunity. Ariel Chart is a signatory of P&W. (Poets … Continue reading Contributing Editor at Ariel Chart and Call out for submissions

How to start a conversation?

First Published in the Oddball Magazine Sun on my neck speaks of its warm presence and lift the veil of the darkness like that cup of that warm leftover milk curdled like my thoughts sitting and getting consummated by the fall of the day and soon the night will come bearing the shadows of the … Continue reading How to start a conversation?