“To wish was to hope, and to hope was to expect” ― Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility Behind a closed door Inside a long beautiful veil After a long wait a glimpse of him through that passing train Pacing up and down the corridors waiting to hear that soulful cry Looking up and down the list … Continue reading Expect
How many times have you been mistaken for someone else in a crowd or when you are missing someone so dearly that you are constantly looking for bits of him in other people.I guess " The out of sight, out of mind" analogy doesn't work for the people who are longing for their lost ones.Love always leaves a deep impression on your soul, which is hard to forget. Love reflects in mysterious ways.
First Published in the Leaves of Ink The alabaster moon is lying too low in the belly of the warm skies too far and too near like the forbidden fruit ready to be picked so fleshy, so juicy for the warm clutches of the needy earth waiting to be imbued by the milky moonlight washing … Continue reading Forbidden fruit
First Published in the Visual Verse Vol 6 Chapter 09 Rising like a machine ignoring the genetic dispositions any emotions influx I move my body limbs frayed and thoughts rattled nothing moves my soul anymore this complex whizzing of the neurons flashing thoughts in my brains coursing through this circuitry this amalgamation of technology with … Continue reading Automaton
First Published in Visual Verse Vol 7 Chapter 10 I grew up on this tiny little island not landlocked: in touch with the water on its filigree ends we have our own God; our soulful sustenance I grew up on this tiny island where the nights are dazzled streets painted in psychedelic color where dreams … Continue reading a place I call home
First Published in Al Khemia Poetica as part of Women's History Month Rise, rise above the opinionated heads on the stooping shoulder of the demised desires on your sturdy legs or on the stilts but rise and become the voice of the unspoken the war cry of the mute the hoarse whispers of the fallen … Continue reading Rise- TBP in the Al Khemia Poetica
I'm so thrilled and honored to be the first stop for the #blogtour for this stunning collection of poems " Anatomy of A Dress" by Juliette van der Molen. The book is going to be published by UK based Hedgehog Poetry Press. on Dec 16,2019. These are now available to pre-order direct from Juliette at her web … Continue reading Book Review for “Anatomy of A Dress” by Juliette van der Molen published by Hedgehog Press.