I wail all day everyday – in a well behind a stone wall inside my mind where the riot parade of thoughts ride afloat – afloat down stream I watch salmon swim up to the sun which blinds me.
A few days ago, Soumya Vilekar agreed to give an interview about “Suroor of the Soul” and here is how it went — very interesting I must say. SOUMYA VILEKAR’s INTERVIEW: In some of your poems, you acknowledged God as the most Supreme Being, the Maker of all things. Do you believe in life after death? … More An Interview with Soumya Vilekar
With the various styles and contributions to contemporary poetry, “Suroor of the Soul” makes for an uplifting and fascinating reading. It’s a meticulously sectioned book co-authored by Soumya Vilekar and Shaheen Dhanji; two wonderful poetesses whose love for nature, true happiness, metaphysical knowledge and exploration, soul discovery and its ultimate journey cumulatively amplifies a reader … More Poetry Book Review: Suroor of the Soul
RIBBONS Clouds tethered in the sky – pink and almost gossamer are ribbons this day LACE Lacey white clouds moving like they are in haste to leave the countryside ,,,,
Go on, spill your guts: Does your ram-headed divinity still listen? Does he still woo the smoke from your intestinal pots — ribboned in red and black — as it makes the lazy dance? You, Judas at my table, depart from me! I’ve become a newborn, married to a Western hand. Though of … More Bad Juju