Tucked Away

Within these pages lies a secret, a tattered love note tucked away,the only one he’d ever written one cold brisk autumn dayHe wrote of a black coal diamond rough,but with undying patience and love Someday he would with brilliance, shine for her utter devotion was more than enoughAnd though she may never see or know the … Continue reading Tucked Away

Throwback Friday- Lonely Moon -Megha Sood

First Published in Literary Yard, August 2018 Time bends on the blade of a grass proving its existence and slowly the innocent raindrops follow the path and makes an impression in the heart of the earth slippery and slimy with the monsoon loneliness carries its weight around my little garden while the black nightingale cries and and the cruel … Continue reading Throwback Friday- Lonely Moon -Megha Sood

THROWBACK FRIDAY: Orange Balloon Baseball, a poem written with my daughter in 2014

Orange balloon baseball And wooden bedroom stick Collections of treasures For a 7 year old girl with dad Blowing up mattress with mom 10 year old boy treasures This moment collected the Balloons, oranges, and balls. Mom, Dad look for stillness As balls, balloons, and spring- Butt kids find walls safe to bounce From thought … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: Orange Balloon Baseball, a poem written with my daughter in 2014

Throwback Friday – Let Breathe (six-words into verse) – Eric (EDC Writing)

Young hearts fragile as old bones catch her cold she goes viral born to see days like tomorrow wait a moment and it’s gone   No escape tied up in dreams his will to keep her near her hand quite ordinary till held the gift of his life hers   Reality no place in this … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Let Breathe (six-words into verse) – Eric (EDC Writing)