I’m elated to share the video recording of the poetry event held on June 03, 2022, to celebrate the successful completion of the project “Life in Quarantine” by CESTA, Stanford University. What more beautiful way to celebrate anything other than with poetry. I’m grateful to the project managers, Nelson Endebo, Ellis Schriefer, and Farah Bazzi for bringing me on board this project in 2020 and giving me a chance to work with the brilliant minds of the CESTA, Stanford University. Also, thankful to Natasha Huynh for co-planning the event.
To celebrate the project’s completion, we invited a few readers from the “Words in Quarantine” archive to read their work. Right below you can watch a recording of our June 3rd, 2022 poetry reading in celebration of Words in Quarantine, featuring readers Natasha Huynh, Usha Akella, Lucinda Clark, Gina Duran, David A. Romero, Matt Sedillo, Danny Shot, Barry Wallenstein, and Megha Sood. Feel free to read the work from the archive and share it.
Words in Quarantine
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I’m a mother of a smart and energetic seven-year-old. I started expressing myself creatively since the last two years. Since then I have been continuously inspired by events in my life and around me which has helped me in penning my thoughts.
I’m an avid reader, loves to sing, an ardent lover of poetry and sometimes can scribble few lines too. Loves to dance in the rain, have an undying love for nature, can watch the beautiful sunset for hours. Love to kiss and hug my loved ones.
I have worked in the IT field for almost a decade as a manager, worked crazy hours and traveled around the world. In that busy schedule, I never got the time to creatively express my thoughts. Now every time I finish a poem, free verse anything it fills me with so much happiness and excitement and a feeling to have created something of my own. I’m planning to post at least one creation of mine weekly.
Lastly, a million thanks to all who visit, like or follow my tiny bits of creation.
Every time you do that, I get to know one more beautiful person in my life and get the chance to see their creation too.
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