Buried

First Published in the Vita Brevis Literature As I trample the earth under my feet casually walking in the misty garden soaked and drenched in the smell of the recent rains that smell of petrichor unearths, unburies the consciousness of the earth the memories come rolling by of that warm summer evening air is heavy … Continue reading Buried

Poetry published in the anthology “Faery Footprints” by the Fae Corps Publishing – Open for Preorders

I'm so proud to see my four poems find a home in the pages of the anthology curated by Patricia Harris and Cindy Pilcher of the Fae Corps Publishing Press. Faery Footprints is an anthology of indie artists,  poets,  and authors meant to show off the talent inherent in the Indie Community. You can preorder … Continue reading Poetry published in the anthology “Faery Footprints” by the Fae Corps Publishing – Open for Preorders

Poetry published in the Basil O’ Flaherty

I'm really happy to know that one of my poems has found a home in the Basil O' Flaherty Lit Magazine. Really thankful to the editor J.K.Shawhen to accept my poem. The Basil O' Flaherty is an online literary arts website and publisher. It was created to showcase writers and artists, and to publish anthologies. … Continue reading Poetry published in the Basil O’ Flaherty

Poetry published in the Merak Magazine-“Origami love”

Delighted to see my poem found a home in the brilliant Merak Magazine. Merak is an e-Magazine that stages fresh writers with passion and provides them with recognition in the field. Get published with Merak. A portal that connects writers with their perfect audience. A reader’s hub. The Serbian word Merak refers to a feeling of bliss … Continue reading Poetry published in the Merak Magazine-“Origami love”

Wonderland

First Published in the VIsual Verse 5th Vol6 Chapter 01 A collage, a mish-mash of the talent brimming from every corner and crevice of the world the congregation, coming together and scattering like a white light from the prism sacred mouths speaking in the unborn tongues the surreal poetry, language unknown but piercing hearts and … Continue reading Wonderland