Apple Fruits of an Old Oak

I am very honored & happy to have ten poems featured in a lovely anthology called Apple Fruits of an Old Oak. This collection edited by Soodabeh Saeidnia includes short poems, haiku & micropoetry of 31 international poets (mostly from North America, UK, Australia, Egypt, Iran, India, Bangladesh) & the work of 4 Canadian and Iranian photographers. My heartfelt thanks to Soodabeh Saeidnia for letting me be a part of this wonderful project.

You can pick up your copies at Amazon : Apple Fruits of an Old Oak

Below is the list of my poems included in the anthology :

Between root & wings


Happy birthday 

I stayed with you when it was dark 

On a hook

Scent of yesterday-today-tomorrow

Waiting town 

A page turn 

Frost in the eyes of a refugee woman

Orlando : Guns & roses


Thanks everyone!


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Debasis Mukhopadhyay is a poet from Montreal, Canada. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals & anthologies, including Posit, The Curly Mind (UK), Erbacce (UK), Manneqüin.Haüs, Yellow Chair Review, I Am Not A Silent Poet (UK), The New Verse News, Writers Against Prejudice (UK), Rat’s Ass Review : Love & Ensuing Madness, Algebra of Owls, Of/With, Walking Is Still Honest, Leaving My Shadow : A Tribute to Anna Akhmatova, Thirteen Myna Birds, Whale Road Review, Scarlet Leaf Review, Silver Birch Press, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, Revolution John, Down in the Dirt, With Painted Words (UK), The Wagon Magazine, Apple Fruits of an Old Oak, Voice of Monarch Butterflies, etc. His work has been nominated for the Best of the Net. He can be contacted at or @dbasis_m on Twitter.

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