The Compass Literary Magazine
Issue 2: January 2022
Appreciate life always by Dr. Anoushka Rai
Be in a happy promise by Shredha Narayanan
Hammering My Depression by Saptarshi Bhowmick
Humanized Countryside by Saptarshi Bhowmick
As I used to eat the Morning Mist by Saptarshi Bhowmick
COVID-19 I am not ok by Amandeep Kaur
Night Light by John Lemon
Oh Nature, how beautiful you are! by Saranya Reddy
Night Scars You by Ambirneya Kannan
Life's Glory - Childhood by Sai Harshitha M
The Emerald Stars - Falling Foliage by Sai Harshitha M
The Little Sheets of Rain by Sai Harshita M
Seasons of Metanoia by Julie Arenas-Antonio
Letters to the skies... by Debdip Maitra
Prose and Creative Non-fiction
Freedom from Speech by Youbin Park
SAUDADE by Dishari Neogy
Sounding Her Arrival by Arya Jash
Call of Destiny by Angandeep Chatterjee
Choice by Dr. Kanu Tiwari
We all made it to the year 2022. I want to wish you all a very Happy New Year! May your year be filled with love, hope, grace, and gratitude. A new year provides us with an opportunity to rekindle our excitement for pursuing our goals and objectives. Here is our second issue, which reflects and focuses on heartwarming and exceptional content.
Winter and the holiday season brings fresh ideas and energy to life, resulting in an increase in innovation and opportunities for experimentation. Writing is perilous, and publishing is much more so. Writing is a translation of words ready to be shared. Writing may be revolutionary, revitalizing, and uniting.
At the time of this writing, our previous issue has been read all over the world extensively, and with this edition, we are poised to significantly expand our reach. This volume features the voices of contemporary poets and authors. We have also worked tirelessly to foster worldwide cultural understanding. We have already shared information about countries and religions on our website. We constantly share articles and informative pieces as well.
Now it’s time to congratulate the entire team of The Compass for bringing another stunning issue for our readers. I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to our contributors and readers because without you there is no journal.
Check out the beautiful compilation of writings in our second issue. I hope you will take the time to read what the content of the magazine has to offer. This issue has so much to read, so much to ponder and so much to learn.
-Lubna Khanam, Editor-in-Chief
Kate Wexell, Founder and Executive Director
Lubna Khanam, Editor and Submission Reader
Mandeep Kaur, Submission Reader
Olivia Delgado, Submission Reader
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