An Old Story by Tracy Smith, Classic Poems Presented By Go Dog Go Cafe’s, Barista’s

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

Throwback Friday- Journey- A Question-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

THE MEDUSA PROJECT – Call For Submissions For International Women’s Day 2020- Megha Sood

I'm so thrilled to share my first call out for submissions as an Assistant Poetry Editor of Mookychick, a UK based feminist literary journal. We are celebrating International Women’s Day with a themed call for submissions that resonate with freedom, choice, and equality. The submission for the IWD will be later considered for e-book anthology … Continue reading THE MEDUSA PROJECT – Call For Submissions For International Women’s Day 2020- Megha Sood

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