Quoted from his website: As we navigate the challenges of being physically distant from each other, sharing in a communal creative activity takes on greater meaning. Sound artist Alan Nakagawa (@nakagawa2015) invites you to join him in responding to our current time by writing and recording a haiku about your experience. Nakagawa will compose a … Continue reading A beautiful sound collage project in works by OCMA ( Orange County Museum of Arts), California, USA
I'm happy to see my poem "Angels in Blue" which I wrote as an ode of the health workers working in the front line fighting the Coronavirus Pandemic. I really appreciate the efforts of editing team comprising of Joy Redmond, Liz Quirke, Niall McArdle, and Ruth McKee of the Pendemic Journal for supporting my work. … Continue reading Poetry published in the Pendemic Journal, Ireland.
A talisman, trinket a precious thing I hold too close to my heart too scared to lose it a pain too hard to bear a minute of separation will bring me centuries of pain my welt soul and suppurating life will never heal again clutching you too tight as if the only bearer of light … Continue reading Talisman
My List of publications for the month of March 2020 as featured on GoDogGo Cafe.
Please join me in congratulating Megha Sood on another fabulous month of published work. Megha is kind enough to share this list with us as they are a wonderful resource should you decide you want to submit your own work.
Have a safe and healthy month- Linda Lee Lyberg
Following is a list of Megha’s print publications/news for the month of March 2020.
3. Free Verse Revolutionhttps://meghasworldsite.wordpress.com/2020/04/01/poetry-published-in-the-free-verse-revolution/
“Even the most beautiful of the stars are taken for granted night after night.” ― Veronika Jensen My heart is broken, smashed, squelched countless times broken, shattered, splintered in million pieces it has suffered enough no amount of assurance and a lesson in life can keep it from shredding, tearing, breaking How do you survive? you ask, … Continue reading Putty
So happy to see my poem made to the Special Coronavirus Issue compiled by the team of Pangolin Poetry Review. They have assembled 54 different voices on the topic, and to lay emphasis on poetry on the pandemic only, The Pangolin Review members have not used headshots and kept biographies very short. Here is the … Continue reading Poetry published in the Pangolin Poetry: COVID 19 Issue
So thankful to the editor Marie Lecrivain of LA-based poetry ezine PoeticDiversity to publish my poem “Deception” in the April edition. Marie has been generous and kind enough to give me second chance in submitting my poetry and have been so gracious to guide me through the process. Really appreciate her input.
You can read my poem here.
So thrilled to see my two poems "Divine Incantation" and " Perspective" published in Nevada based Literary Journal Dream Noir. So thankful to the EIC Day Sibley for supporting my work. Dream Noir is a vortex for all the appreciation art has to offer; created in 2018 by Day Sibley to give a platform for … Continue reading Poetry published in the Dream Noir Arts Journal
Time is a gentle reminder of you
a sepia stain on my white blouse
Time gently scrubs you
and yet you are here
like a nostalgia
a whiff of that strong aroma
in the middle of the street
which blanks you mind
and numbs your senses
for just that freckle of a time
your memories are
always present like the
my favorite childhood song
on the tip of my tongue
or the fleeting glance of my love
in the crowded room
enough to satiate my desire
for my love, too young
Time sit still like that blackbird
on my window sill
we give each other company
a stranger of sorts
an unwilling companionship
With every breath carved from my chest
I lose a moment to the time
Like those vintage records
needle scraping the surface
birthing the music sublime
A wait too…
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So happy to see my poem " Where Springs have gathered" in the April edition of the Free Verse Revolution curated by Kristiana Reed. The monthly edition is based on the prompt "Blossom" Please read my poem here. Happy Blogging!! Megha Sood