A new world

This post won the ‘India Today Conclave’15’ Contest – Top 30, hosted by Blogadda A new world What if the world be remade with beautiful trees and animals, chirping birds and fruits, vast blue oceans and fishes? And then be made humans the most intelligent and humble with the knowledge and enlightenment to utilize the nature to the best. To eat fruits, animals and fishes … Continue reading A new world

Published in the Blue Monday Review Magazine

Friends, Readers & fellow bloggers, I’ve been away from blogging since a few months and I really missed it too! The reason being my illness. I may elaborate about it sometime later though, but would like to share a happiness which I received a few months back! I almost lost the thought of writing poems when I was unwell, but I received a mail from … Continue reading Published in the Blue Monday Review Magazine

Revolutionary Poet of the Week – Rita Dove

Greetings! The Revolutionary Poet of the Week is Rita Dove. In 1952, Rita Dove was born in Akron, Ohio. Her books of poetry include Sonata Mulattica (W. W. Norton, 2009); American Smooth (2004); On the Bus with Rosa Parks (1999), which was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Mother Love (1995); Selected Poems (1993); Grace Notes (1989); Thomas and Beulah (Carnegie Mellon, 1986), which won the … Continue reading Revolutionary Poet of the Week – Rita Dove

Revolutionary Poet of the Week – Donald Hall

Greetings! The Revolutionary Poet of the Week is Donald Hall. Donald Hall was born in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1928. He began writing as an adolescent and attended the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference at the age of sixteen—the same year he had his first work published. He earned a B.A. from Harvard in 1951 and a B. Litt. from Oxford in 1953. Donald Hall has … Continue reading Revolutionary Poet of the Week – Donald Hall

From Amreen’s Desk- The Masterpiece

The Masterpiece Nicolas heard a sad tune inviting him towards itself. He is a young artist, deprived of fame, who never carved a masterpiece. The melancholic melody was low when he followed it. But the more he went towards it, the more gloomy the tone got. He wanted to quench his inquisitiveness. He never heard such a beauty in the darkness of life. He never … Continue reading From Amreen’s Desk- The Masterpiece

From my Desk – Seeds of Deception

Seeds of Deception Sarah forgot her- who helped her discover dreams and turn their empty home filled with remains of yesterdays’ abuse and bruised memories to a haven etched with happiness, as she presumed her mother to be the photographer of her disturbed childhood by slaughtering her love, to fulfil her devil father’s promise he made to her in silent whispers of falsity.   ~~~ … Continue reading From my Desk – Seeds of Deception