1. (in Indian mythology) a member of a semi-divine race, part human, part cobra in form, associated with water and sometimes with mystical initiation.

The Naga, is the serpent of literary criticism. It wields the venomous aspect of words, to strike, to criticise, to deliver literary truth to its readers. The Naga, is neither he nor she, no gender, no good, no evil, but seeks to deliver its judgement without conforming to rules, religions and barriers. The Naga, is not your friend. It is a tool. An animal. A cyborg. A mystical being. Maybe a demon.

The Naga, aims to deliver the much-needed art of producing literary wonders in the form of poetry, plays and performances.


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  1. Oh, hi! That’s very interesting. I thought you were describing my personality! Haha! Well, I haven’t submitted works anywhere in my adult life, but I’d love to stop over to read the other ones! Thank you very much for the invitation! And, thank you also for following mine; I appreciate your support!

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  2. I just nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! If you choose to accept the nomination please go to my blog for more information. Even if you don’t choose to accept, your blog is awesome nonetheless!

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  3. That the Naga should stop over at my blog can surely be an auspicious sign. I am attracted to the noir because with darkness exists light. Let us keep reaching out to all that lies in the realms of the twilight and beyond…

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  4. Thank you for taking time each day when I post something new. I really appreciate that. I love the different works I see on here. Thank you so much for sharing your talent.

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  5. Thank you for your visit to my blog. It gladdens me that you took the trouble to like my ‘Creative non-fiction; Autobiographical’ pieces titled “Forgiveness Is My Gift” These writings are factual but dressed in a cloak of ‘Creativity’ in order to protect the innocent as well as to shield me from unwanted attention. My writing is an integral part of my recoveries. These recoveries are from emotional, mental, physical and spiritual afflictions acquired during a lifetime of excess, addiction, risky behaviour and insanity. As my writing is essentially thinly disguised autobiographical are you interested in considering submissions from me? Are you interested in my poetry? A selection of my verse is to be found on my blog. Thanks for listening and I look forward to hearing from you. In the meantime I’ll pop in your musings from time to time. Namaste, Pete, Cape Town, South Africa

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  6. Hey! Thanks for stopping by my site to check out some of my poems! I, too, am a fan of questioning the ways of our world, especially when it comes to science, technology, privacy, etc. It was a pleasure reading your work! I look forward to checking back to read more, both on here and Twitter! Take care!

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  7. Hey! I appreciate you stopping by and liking one of my pieces a short while ago. I really hope it was relatable for you and hopefully able to inspire you. Your pieces are very poetic and thought-provoking and I’m really glad I was able to come across them and understand your perspective. I hope you’ll be inclined to stop by again sometime and let me know your thoughts! And I look forward to seeing more of your work as well! Thanks again! -Robyn 🙂

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  8. Hey friend,

    A short hop across continents to thank you for visiting and appreciating Dark Raven at Gallybloggers, a blog dedicated to the poetry of the Homeless. We, Raven’s 12 who manage the site, value all support shown and are grateful for your interest. Thank you.

    We are pleased to meet another with knowledge of the dark arts, magical words, mystery and mysticism. A delightful site, some excellent poetry. We applaud your successes and wish your far more. You have a very distinct voice.

    Best wishes. Namaste 🙂

    DN and Raven’s 12 at Gallbloggers.
    (https://bwbachandtheraven.wordpress.com/ )

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  9. Hi, So glad to meet you and Thank You for following my blog!!! Loved the aim of Naga. I love the thought of a Muse to inspire writing. See my post “In Love With A Muse”. Here are a couple of books that I have found helpful for me and my writing. “Poemcrazy” and “The psychology of romantic love”. Check out the reviews on Amazon. Another little hint that has helped me is to keep a Word Bank. Write down words, phrases, tittles and ideas that really hit you and that might provide a seed of inspiration for your own writing.

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