Published- Megha Sood

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Demarcation

First Published in the Praxis Magazine That frail evening marking the shadows of the long summer days a bird perched on the barbed wires of the prison demarcating the happiness and the grief acceptance and rejection solitude and the wails of the laughter the prisoner and the free   the arresting height of that boisterous wall … Continue reading Demarcation

Rise

Megha's World

genessa-panainte-130232.jpgRise up to the light
the light you deserve
don’t give up
on your
perfect imperfections

Your scars, flaws, weakness
are the marks of beauty
in your life
unique as a snowflake
a beauty undefined

There is no replacement
don’t you dare surrender
your broken lines on your face
is the map to the lost soul
to the wandering heart
lost in the maze

Don’t you dare surrender
your idiosyncrasies
your mistakes
makes you human
You and I
We are alive,
We are alive

Don’t leave the love behind
cause I could never
replace your
perfect imperfections.

Photo by Genessa Panainte on Unsplash

This post is in response to the daily prompt
Calling

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Power of Love (Micro poetry)

This micro poetry is in support of the LGBTQ community fighting for their equal rights in the Supreme Court on Oct 8, where the Trump Administration will be arguing whether or not a trans person can be fired from work based on their gender orientation. Supreme court has to stand on the right side of … Continue reading Power of Love (Micro poetry)

Tuesday writing response at GoDogGO Cafe

In response to the prompt "Beneath the waters" at GodogGo Cafe You hold me down and choke the last sliver of breath out of me helpless and out of breath limbs frayed and life losing its grasp I'm fighting for life with all my might the fighter in me never gives up Hope is another … Continue reading Tuesday writing response at GoDogGO Cafe