Poetry published in the Dual Coast Magazine Issue no 7

So happy to be part of this gorgeous magazine with a retro look.So thankful to the EIC Glenn Lyvers for accepting and supporting my work. The magazine is brimming with poetry, fiction, arts and photography from a multitude of talented writers. Dual Cost Magazine is a showcase for excellent fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and so much more. … Continue reading Poetry published in the Dual Coast Magazine Issue no 7

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Poetry published in Fevers of Mind Poetry Digest- Available on Amazon/Kindle

So thrilled to be part of the  Fevers of the Mind Poetry Digest 2 curated by David O Lan. I'm so excited to be a great company of writers. Some themes for Issue 2 include: In Memorium of a lost loved one or friend. Anxiety as always. Mental Health as always. Poetry inspired by songs of … Continue reading Poetry published in Fevers of Mind Poetry Digest- Available on Amazon/Kindle

Two poems published in the Ofrendas Press-“Caged Truth” and “Hashtag Games” with their Spanish translation

Thrilled to see my two poems along with their Spanish translation to be featured in the inaugural issue of the Ofrendas Press.So thankful to the EIC Krizia Isamar Bruno for accepting my poems and giving them home. This is the first time my poems have been translated into any other language. Ofrendas is the Spanish … Continue reading Two poems published in the Ofrendas Press-“Caged Truth” and “Hashtag Games” with their Spanish translation

The day begins again- Published in Elephants never

First Published in The Elephant's Never Silence rests on the edge of my hand a slight movement and it breaks the facade of stillness; of eternity, of longevity and more.   my body lies supine within this tall grass scorched by the sun whitened by the heat   emptiness seeps slowly making a long trail … Continue reading The day begins again- Published in Elephants never

Ruins

First published in The Quiet Letter, July 2018 “Mankind's lessons are written in the ruins of his civilization.” ― Anthony T. Hincks Days rolled into nights and seasons turned into years Air turned heavy with memories from the yesteryear And the warm breeze doesn't soothe me the ground has been cracked parched, sullen for years, it … Continue reading Ruins

Poetry published in the Visual Verse Vol 06 Chapter 09

Always an exciting moment to see my words grace this beautiful London/Berlin-based poetry journal Visual Verse challenging its writers with a stunning visual prompt every month.So thankful to the editors for supporting and accepting my work. Please read my poem "Automaton" Happy blogging! Megha Sood mage by Franck V.