Poetry published in Fourth and Sycamore – “Alone”

I can't contain my excitement to see my poem find a home in the literary magazine Fourth and Sycamore. I'm so thankful to the editor Amanda Rodeheffer-Olson for accepting my poem and giving me the opportunity to be featured in her esteemed poetry journal. Please read my poem "Alone" here. Fourth and Sycamore is the literary … Continue reading Poetry published in Fourth and Sycamore – “Alone”



“Remembering is easy. It's forgetting that's hard.” ― Brodi Ashton Dust off that memories I succinctly painted on your forehead kissed and painted all those stars lying up with the freckles on your face filling your pores with moonlight in all the crevices Dust off my memories and shrug those small tales of laughs, giggles and occasionally guffaws I … Continue reading Dusting

Sloth( Acedia)

This fifth poem is a part of the anthology of poems based on the Seven deadly sins. Do read the previous ones too, if you haven’t yet. Sloth(Acedia) - excessive laziness or the failure to act and utilize one’s talents. Thou seest how sloth wastes the sluggish body, as water is corrupted unless it moves. - Ovid A … Continue reading Sloth( Acedia)


Paradox continues life sustains seeking company and solace in a crowded room oh! the fallacy remains Striving hard to search for the eternal soulmates within a relationship of convenience the contradictions sustains Vows made out of blood and eternal bonding witness by the many the deceptions remains Blessed and pardoned by the holy grace and … Continue reading Dichotomy