Month: July 2018



Often  you  have  gone  away Leaving  me  stranded, Once  again  I’m  sitting  alone Sifting  sand  and empty handed What  kind  of  relationship We  are  going  to  have, If  that  is  your aptitude. Or  that’s  how  you’d  behave A mystic  moon, twinkling  stars Do  not  brighten  my  life The  vacuum  you  […]


Melody of Melancholy

I ( WHEN YOU LIVE ) When you live, Live with a blessed SPRING Rose, Perfumed – Serenading drizzle, Chivalry of the lightning, Honesty of the biting kisses And deeper digs, Butterfly shore Of the soul, Vibing musk Of the God Sunlight On the holy mountains ! II Or, if […]


Will He Never Shut Up

I sat down and started writing don’t really know why just knew I wanted it out of me but again I didn’t know what it was but afterwards I felt better even now when I know what it is I still feel better and so I go on     […]


A Woman Is

A daughter, a daughter -in -law, a wife, a mother, a house keeper, a care taker You name it and she is! Right from her tender age she senses The distinctions made between she and her brother The freedom denied to her is always granted to him A carefree life […]


Writing as a Calling

By Mark Antony Rossi  The greatest challenge facing the modern writer is not questionable talent or the shifting publishing industry, those are common misunderstood refrains who hear a lot on social media from people who think their novel on alien invasion — it is the absolute tenacity necessary to make […]


Clandestine Travelers

 By Shobha Diwakar from Jabalpur, India Kamlesh was a regular traveler. Although he often took the flight when fares were low, this time he decided to travel by train. The unfortunate part was since he could not get a first class reservation he was compelled to travel in second class […]