2019_PressRelease_Vol3_Issue1_5 Dime Show Review is a curated collection of poetry and fiction featuring poets and authors from around the globe. This work represents our modern-day truth: beauty, pain, curiosity, and humor. Each story or poem is paired with a photograph taken by one of our intrepid world-traveling photographers.I'm really thankful to the EIC Kae Sable … Continue reading Poetry published in the print edition of Dime Show Review Vol 3 Issue 1
“She was born to be free, let her run wild in her own way and you will never lose her.” ― Nikki Rowe Your face reflects the cerulean haze lost in the morning skies your eyes resemble the two jewels in the obsidian sky Your laugh and occasional guffaws can put the a thousand tinkling bells to shame … Continue reading Loyal
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So thrilled to see my poem in the April edition of the Visual Verse. This London/Berlin-based poetry and short fiction based magazine challenges the writers monthly with their stunning visual prompt and publishes an anthology online. Here is the link to my poem " Temerity" based on the Visual image shown above. Happy blogging! Megha … Continue reading Poetry published in the Visual verse Vol 6 Chapter 6- “Temerity”
It's an absolute honor to be accepted and to be featured as one of the contributors in the inaugural issue of London based Wellington Street Review. So grateful to the editors Annabel Mahoney and Catherine Mills for accepting my work for their beautiful magazine. Wellington Street Review takes its name from London’s Wellington Street, once … Continue reading Poetry published in the inaugural issue of Wellington Street Review- “Disguise”
Every time, I kick down my emotion and tear myself apart to come out of this biting pain that shatters my heart Every time, I scrape and pick my scabs to kill that phantasmic pain It comes alive a bit more, a little more insane Every time, I feel that something has gone numb inside … Continue reading Matryoshka-First Published in the “All the Lonely People”, Blank Paper Press, 2019