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27 Apr

It Takes Some Darkness

It Takes Some Darkness   Patti Masterman   Patti Masterman hails from Oklahoma City, United States of America. Born on 24th of May 1960, Masterman manifested a special liking for poetry since her lower school years. She loves to write down and share with the world her own unique life experiences. She loves it best when poetry comes naturally to her – writi

27 Apr

The Tale of Love

The Tale of Love   Nosheen Irfan   Nosheen Irfan was born in Lahore, Pakistan on 13th of March 1978. A secondary school teacher and a voracious reader, Irfan turned to writing rather late. Her dream is to become a professional writer. For the time being she attains gratification in expressing herself creatively so that her voice will be heard somewhere. She ackn

27 Apr

First Goodbye

First Goodbye   Nivedita Dubey   Nivedita Dubey (1996 - ), is a budding writer from Rangapara, Assam. She did her early schooling in Mathura.  The poem “When I set out for Lyonnesse” by Thomas Hardy moved her deeply on one momentous epiphanic day. Since that day, she has never had to look back. For her, writing verse was first a hobby; later it

27 Apr

One and Many

One and Many Nassy Fesharaki   Nassy Fesharaki (1947 - ) was born into the rugged mountains of Iran, but destiny took him to the snow-capped Canada. Travelling widely has helped him acquire a cosmopolitan outlook, vis-à-vis an encounter with diverse cuisines, cultures, and citizens. Fesharaki takes pride in calling himself a member of humanity sans borders.&n

27 Apr

Alone Together

Alone Together   Margaret O'Driscoll   Margaret O'Driscoll (1960 - ) hails from Cork, Ireland. She is a very busy mother of seven and grandmother of eleven. Her poetry has been published in many anthologies and magazines and one is reproduced for a UK English Literature GCSE publication. “Alone Together” is self-explanatory; it tells a sad ta

27 Apr

The Maze

The Maze   Manu Mangattu   Manu Mangattu is an Assistant Professor in English at St George’s College Aruvithura, India. Born on 21st of December 1985, he inherited a penchant for poetry and flair for writing from his parents. He calls himself a brooding romanticist in poetry, a disinterested debutant in fiction and a morbid classicist in criticism. “