Sana Rose has been a poet and story-writer long before she decided to be a Homoeopathic Physician. Her first collection of poetry 'The Torrent from My Soul: Poems of A Born Dreamer' was originally published in 2011. Her second poetry collection 'The Room of Mirrors: Reflections in Verse' is soon to be published by Roman Books (UK & India). Her first novel 'Sandcastles'; is up for release this year. Currently, she is working on her second novel, a psychological mystery.
She was one among the 52 poets published in the Anthology Breaking Silence- A Poetic Lifeline From Slavery To Love (2013). Her poetry has appeared in online journals like The Sketchbook Journal, The Galway Review, Rat's Ass Review (April 2016), Ithalukal (an e-zine by Keralites in Singapore) and she was one of the two featured poets in the May 2016 Issue of the Ashvamegh International Journal of English Literature. Her poetry has also appeared in the Shakespeare-themed Anthology, ‘Shakespeare Sings’ published by the Publication Division of Farook College (Calicut) in 2017.
Sana is a BHMS Graduate and holds a Masters in Applied Psychology. Sana runs two Homoeopathic Specialty Clinics with her husband and was formerly a content writer.
She loves heart-rending stories, crisp poetry, tranquilizing photography and art, well-directed movies and the aroma of cakes and cookies baking. When not writing, she is either envisioning verses or plot twists during household chores, tending to a kindergartener-on-the-loose or sharing her poetry online. Currently, she lives in Kadalundi, a seaside town in the Calicut district of Kerala, with her husband and daughter.
Where to find Sana Rose online
The Torrent from My Soul: Poems of A Born Dreamer
by Sana Rose
Published: May 6, 2014
A collection of 71 poems from the poet's younger years, "The Torrent from My Soul" reflects the thoughts, joys, sorrows, love, hopes and dreams of a young woman common to most of the young people but made different by the way she chose to express it - Poetry. It is a search for bliss, sometimes a letting-go of heart-breaks, acceptance of changes and a quest for True Love and sometimes Love itself.
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