Who is Pushpa Ratna Tuladhar

My first poetry collection "Ghayanmo (The Grasses)" and "Lhapsa" (Thunder) in Nepal Bhasa published in 1991. My E-Book on poetry in English "A Shattered Beauty". My poems are published in Rearview quarterly, Poetry Sharing Journals, Some Words, Ascent, Escritoire, Words Words Words, Zygote in My Coffee, James River Poetry Review, Sidereality, Istanbul Literary Review and other printed and online magazines and also in anthologies published in USA, UK, Canada and India....
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Pushpa Ratna Tuladhar Poems

  • My Dinner
    In the kitchen,
    I cooked the rice
    in the cooker on the stove
    and rambled out of the kitchen ...
  • Bramha Vihar
    (On the Mother’s day)

    Born out of my mother’s womb,
    My hazed eyes of the present day ...
  • An Old Worn Out Shoes
    Discarded in the gutter,
    Trailed by the way of my journey,
    A pair of my old worn out shoes
    Never to walk in the streets again. ...
  • Satin
    Caught alone in the clear vacuum
    of the darkness pricked
    by the thorn of moonless night,
    I submersed into the flashes ...
  • The Strokes
    Landslide came into my life without notice,
    I myself am lost, not in moor,
    not in cloudland, not in fog, not in haze,
    not in markets, but within my ...
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Body 9 Coffee 2 Glimpse 2 Cool 2 Quiet 2 Nirvana 2 Kitchen 2 Tender 1 Field 1 Sheep 1

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How lonesome the Wind must feel Nights-
When people have put out the Lights
And everything that has an Inn
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