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Woman

March 8, 2016 | By

A soulful poem about a woman in wax.

International Woman’s Day Special

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I call the wax,
woman

Your half glown
cheek, near the
candle, is dusk

as I pen you
in stanzas.

I see how one
loses and still
lives.

I call the wax,
woman.

Medley of Literary Pieces on International Woman’s Day

The Irrepressible ‘ She’ – a poem by Divya Rajgaria

I am no Goddess – a poem about the everyday diva by Anindita Bose

Where Goddesses Cry – a thought-provoking poem by Rhiti Bose.

Woman – a poem by Daipayan Nair

Wish – a son remembers his mother poem by Amitava Nag

Short Stories

The Separation – a short story by Maya Khandelwal

The Last Night of My Life – a short story by Nikita Goel

Musings

Rise and Shine – a touching mother’s musing about her daughter by Santosh Bakaya

Book Review

Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas – A Book Review – by Maya Khandelwal

Creative Writing

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Born in Silchar (3rd Feb, 1988), an educationally advanced city of State Assam, India. Presently, he is working as a freelance writer and poet. He has written many short stories, poems and songs. His poems have been published in quite a few magazines and anthologies. His book containing his selected works named 'The Frost (Selected Poems)' was recently published by the Authorspress Publications. Apart from that, he has created a new poetry form called 'Tideling'. He writes on an array of topics. Mother Jhumur Panday is a renowned writer and father Deepak Kumar Nair is an Associate Professor (ex HOD), Department of Botany, Cachar College, Silchar.
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