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Drinking the False Water By Dr Sudhansu Dash

  He is sitting in the desert Hiding the false water For the thirsty traveler going to the horizon The dry moon in its empty stomach Reflected on the empty oasis Looking at the traveler Spent many forgotten years In the mirage of water falls…

Jul 29 2018
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Virtual World By Ashis Das

  This century is of virtuality, People trust it more than reality. Day by day systems are computerized, Papers are avoided, all’s digitized. The sun shines with all its brightness above, See today’s Romeo ‘wakes from dreamy love . He takes his tab, enters the…

Jul 03 2018
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The Voice of Nature By Namita Rani Panda

    The voice of Nature that cares and nurtures so lovingly is called with love the wind.   You can hear it with your sensitive ears in the whisperings trees with their lolling leaves and the whistling reeds in the silent nights. You can…

Jun 11 2018
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Invitation for Advisory Board Member/ Editorial Board Member 

Invitation for Advisory Board Member/ Editorial Board Member    Dear All We cordially welcome you to be one of the esteemed Editorial Board Members.    As a member of the Editorial Board, you would assist the submission process by advising and recommending submissions for TBR. There…

Jun 08 2018
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Invitation to Work as a Guest Editor/Reviewer (Poetry and Other Genre) for The Bhubaneswar Review

Invitation to Work as a Guest Editor/Reviewer (Poetry and Other Genre) for The Bhubaneswar Review Dear All We would like to invite you to work as a Guest Editor (Poetry and Other Genre) for Inaugural Issue of The Bhubaneswar Review. If you are interested, kindly send…

Jun 08 2018
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Call for Cover Design Submission for The Bhubaneswar Review

  Call for Cover Design Submission for The Bhubaneswar Review Theme: Literary Journals Without Covers The Bhubaneswar Review is inviting artists and designers to submit cover design for The Bhubaneswar Review. This call is being issued for the inaugural issue scheduled for publication in June…

Jun 06 2018
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Last Cry By Aruna Lakra

Black clouds gathering in the sky The sun has bid me forever goodbye  The torrential pour will be unending As heavens smooch my breathtaking  My spirit never to rise again But I wish the world to gain By my last prose as the candle blows…

May 12 2018
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Lost Hope By Selim Boumerdas

  I walk, I walk Night and day The dark moonless nights And day mid gray black I wander in the fog No glimmer of hope Nowhere The end of the tunnel But I like even advance Like a blind man who has never seen…

May 06 2018
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The Final Release By Dr Rajani Sharma

  I was lying on my bed with tears seeping from my eyes. A knock at my door, perhaps by someone of my acquaintance. With a smiling face she gives me her greeting of evening with a word “hello.” I already wiped my eyes reddish…

May 03 2018
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Unwelcomed Glances By Brooke Phelps

  Please do not look at me like that—yes, you. No, I am not here for your pleasure. I am a subject, not an object. Could you please not stare at my thighs? My worth is beyond any measure. Please do not look at me…

Apr 29 2018
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Curse or No: Scab to Forgetting By Keith Moul

  Amazingly, a few men felt no malice behind the wind; they understood well enough physics on a wide plain; and perhaps how destruction of stock, structures and crop was no curse laid on them by ancient, native wanderers.   But not all blood dries…

Apr 29 2018
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The Unopened Window By Dr Sudhansu Dash

    The eyes are looking for impossible stars Blossoming in the mouth of the dragon No favor lasts longer Than the moonlight in the trees. He has undancing voices a life Thrown to an inhospitable shore. No perfume in an unmanned orchard Has an…

Apr 29 2018
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Sea and Seashore By Bharati Natyak

  You are the ocean, endless I am but a tiny grain of sand After being bathed countless times By your great tides Still wait for Another countless baths.   Each tide Like a dream Attracts me to its heart But, every time I am…

Apr 28 2018
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In Your Absence By Abhimanyu Kumar. S

  Lend me the ink, For I want to write you. If there is a chance, To discover your heart, I wish to read every detail, Every corner of emotion, For I want to see, My love flowing in it. I want to Know, My…

Apr 28 2018
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True Love By Joe Boyd

                                  In 1929 I waited…… I wonder what you're thinking Do I ever cross your mind I thought you would always be there I love like ours is hard…

Apr 26 2018
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Love Angle of Labyrinth World By Habil Yashar

    Where is that angle? We are looking for the million years , but we cant find that point. We are in need for that angle like a wish of blind person for the light. The presence of that angle seems to us like…

Apr 26 2018
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Snowfall at Moonlit By Amanda D. Petty

The earth  Revolves... Around  The Sun... To determine the Seasons of this world... But you revolves Around my soul... To unfold the Seasons of my heart... You're my  Spring time... For my new life  Began with you... For the rose Of the field... Sprouts in…

Apr 26 2018
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Oracle By Kapardeli Eftichia

    God, tears eyes by Archangel light "Fate innocent" helper in sharing the clergy double and the weather became oracle   ** In the kingdom of temples they received from the sky with secret invisible scars of roses showing   *** Storms sacred birth…

Apr 26 2018
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The Ultimate Man By Dr Sudhansu Dash

    He drops into the dark world Beyond the security of the flesh Taking the last shape of his vision To stare down the depth. Everything in his interior shadow Join the same angle to die at the base Fear not in making a…

Apr 26 2018
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Revati By Bharati Nayak

Revati 'Reva- - -, Oh Reva- - - You cursed girl, you burnt ashes, you cursed fire' (As you ate your parents) Grand Maa calling Those angry words of Grandma' Still rings in my ear Oh, How many years have passed Revati had been turned…

Apr 25 2018
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All Will Be Well By Aabha Vatsa

        Of the four yugas in the world I was born in Kaliyug, hands curled Grew up in a revered home Away from the city's dubious domes.   As I grew, I realized what a mess Wrongdoings right and left I guess…

Apr 24 2018
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THE BHUBANESWAR REVIEW CONTESTS

THE BHUBANESWAR REVIEW CONTESTS The Bhubaneswar Review offers two writing competitions each year starting 2018 The Bhubaneswar Review Editors’ Prize for 2018 Genres: poetry, prose poems, prose (fiction/nonfiction/memoir/journalism/), short stories, art, comics, humor, translation, criticism, interviews, and reviews Prizes: One Rs. 2,000 prize for the winner in…

Apr 15 2018