Life in Quarantine: Witnessing Global Pandemic I'm extremely elated to share the news of my partnership with the Project "Life in Quarantine- Witnessing Global Pandemic " with Standford University, California, USA. The project has been sponsored by CESTA ( Centre for Spatial and Textual Analysis ) and Poetic Media Lab at Stanford University. The project … Continue reading Partnership with “Life in Quarantine-Witnessing Global Pandemic” Project by CESTA, Stanford University, California, USA–Megha Sood
I’m so thrilled and excited to share this news that my poem "My Survival Story” has been selected for the First Position as the winner in the state-level poetry contest conducted by the National Alliance of New Jersey ( NAMI ) for its DARA Axelrod Mental Health Poetry Contest. NAMI New Jersey (NAMI NJ) is a statewide … Continue reading State-level Winner First Position for the NAMI NJ Dara Axelrod Mental Health Poetry Contest 2020–Megha Sood
I'm thrilled to share this news that my poem "Peace - A Metaphor For Denial" has been chosen as the First-place winner in the adult category for the Poetry Month Challenge 2020. The Adult price is also known as the Spring Robinson/Mahogany Red Lit Prize. The poem will receive a publication in the next edition … Continue reading Winner of the Spring Robinson/ Mahogany Red Lit Prize 2020–Megha Sood
Dear blogging family, I’m happy and excited to share the news that one of my poems got shortlisted for “NAMI NJ Dara Axelrod Expressive Arts 2020 Mental Health Poetry Contest” among top 10 finalists. They will be choosing the winners based on voting. Please click on the link here to cast your vote. They have concealed … Continue reading Shortlisted for a State-level Poetry Contest- Please vote for my poem-“My Survival Story”. Voting ends 31 May 2020–Megha Sood
I’m happy to share the news that I have been accepted as a nominee for the iWomenGlobalAward 2020in the literature category. I would really appreciate it if you can spare some time to vote for my nomination in the iWomanGlobal Awards.
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“We often confuse what we wish for with what is.” ― Neil Gaiman, MirrorMask I’m suffering from the dyslexia of emotions always getting confused and bewildered when the pain crosses the boundary to get mixed with the love when my longing for the company is oft met by your absence and a flurry of excuses I’m suffering … Continue reading Throwback Friday- Dyslexia-Megha Sood
I was drawn towards this brilliant poem "An Old Story" by Poetry laureate Tracy Smith from her collection "Wade in Water" when I received the poster for the National Poetry Month 2019. The words in the poem bring so much hope and light so relevant to the desperate times that we all are in. An … Continue reading An Old Story by Tracy Smith, Classic Poems Presented By Go Dog Go Cafe’s, Barista’s
Oh! there comes our salary our paycheck the key to all our happiness the things we wish for luxuries we longed for the glittery dreams are going to come true any moment now you will see. My lover will shower all her love kids and spouse will now understand my long-lost worth I’ll back as … Continue reading Recycled happiness- Throwback Friday-Megha Sood
“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.” ― Heraclitus A grandeur of illusion a miracle of sorts trailblazing your dreams and circling and creating that swirls in your eyes For that experience so surreal and so ecstatic at the same time. Where the life intersects the illusions between the dreams and reality Where … Continue reading Throwback Friday- Journey- A Question-Megha Sood