Weeping Willow ( Prose Poem)

In response to the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Today’s prompt: Write a piece of prose or poetry that uses the words willows, misery, and silence The arched back of my granny ,stooped as the weeping willow, is precariously picking the rice, sorting through the grain and counting her miseries and giving it a name.Some of … Continue reading Weeping Willow ( Prose Poem)

Love is never too far

In response to the Tuesday Writing Prompt : Use the phrase In the fading light The silent morning opens its mouth at the dawn and the slanting rays of the yellow sun warm its supple skin. Surely but silently, the apricity of the sun flows through every atom of her being warming and simmering her emotions … Continue reading Love is never too far

In the end we were just a moment (Prose Poem)

Today’s prompt: Write a piece of prose or poetry that ends with in the end, we were just a moment. Standing at the crossroads of life looking back and collecting all the memories as the translucent sea glass walking barefoot on the beach. Wet sands making islands of hope between my toes, there is much … Continue reading In the end we were just a moment (Prose Poem)

Into the Fall’s Hands

This poem is in response to the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge at GodogGO Cafe "Notice that autumn is more the season of the soul than of nature."- Friedrich Nietzsche Cupping the calloused palms Nature takes into its heaving bosom warmth and sustenance for crimson tinged leaves  stripped from the mighty embrace of the wild oak  … Continue reading Into the Fall’s Hands

Transformation #BlackLivesMatter

In response to the Tuesday Prompt: Finish the phrase “You tried to ruin me, but I…” "They buried us, but they didn't know we were seeds." -- Dinos Christianopoulos, A Greek Poet. You tried to ruin me but after being tormented for eons, mutilated and spliced walking barefoot on the shards of my pulverized dreams. Now … Continue reading Transformation #BlackLivesMatter

If we never – In response to the Tuesday Writing prompt at GoDogGO cafe

Today’s prompt: Write a poem using the phrase “if we never” “If we never start we never end if we never starve we never crave if we never hurt we never feel pain if we never get wounded we never heal again” --Megha Sood If we never witness the sun setting on the horizon, the time … Continue reading If we never – In response to the Tuesday Writing prompt at GoDogGO cafe

The stillness of the thoughts

In response to the Tuesday Prompt at GoDogGO Cafe.Today’s prompt: Write a poem or piece of prose around the words “in the stillness” Incoherent Undefined; Unobstructed, Or refined Lost in the vision the state of my mind Tangled in thoughts Free from fear, Broken into pieces rolled in blood and smeared appalled by the atrocities, … Continue reading The stillness of the thoughts

A Clandestine Affair

In response to Today's prompt: Write something around the words “mystic moonlight”  at GoDogGo Cafe A sliver of the frothy blessing passing through the narrow panes of my window. Making slant appearances on my parquet floor. The night is young and the waxing moon is bathing in the epitome of its beauty. Shining down on … Continue reading A Clandestine Affair

Response to the Tuesday Prompt at the GoDogGo cafe

Today’s prompt: Use “beautiful dreamer” in a piece of poetry or prose Daydreamer They call me a daydreamer, a person who still believes in fairy tales and the shiny unicorn riding through the enchanted forests. The one who still believes in the tooth fairy and Santa clause dispensing gifts for good deeds done through the purest … Continue reading Response to the Tuesday Prompt at the GoDogGo cafe

Response to the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge at the GoDogGo cafe

Today’s prompt: End a piece of prose or poetry with the phrase “I miss you” The days are elongated. Stretched like the unending crimson dreams of you and me together. Taking unending walks along the beach when the soft sands keep getting stuck between our toes. Making small islands of love. Salt and the sediment … Continue reading Response to the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge at the GoDogGo cafe

For you ( Micro poetry)

In response to the Tuesday Writing Prompt at GoDogGo Cafe For you Over the horizon kissed by the crimson tinge of the setting sun fleeting touch of the flying seagulls as they disappear in a thin line the azure shades of the vast skies holds the warmth of the setting sun a token of affection … Continue reading For you ( Micro poetry)

Response to the Tuesday Writing response at GoDogGo Cafe

The prompts are designed to be quick challenges that can be written in 10 to 15 minutes,  inspire you creatively, are fun, and get everyone interacting.  Please post your response to the prompt in the comments below and show your fellow posters some love and support.  All members of the Go Dog Go community, including Baristas, … Continue reading Response to the Tuesday Writing response at GoDogGo Cafe

Response to the Tuesday prompt at GoDogGo Cafe

Today’s prompt: Write a piece of prose around the question: “How do we stay focused when the world around us is falling apart?” Art is cathartic. Art heals and fills all our crevices brimming with loneliness and despair with hope and creativity. Art is not only our companion when the streets are brimming with giggles … Continue reading Response to the Tuesday prompt at GoDogGo Cafe

lukewarm autumn

In response to the Tuesday Prompt at GodogGO cafe These  lukewarm days of autumn when nature wears the myriad shades dipped in crimson and yellow hues where the path is paved with the striated variations of leaves falling from the mighty shoulders of the oak infused with  the feelings of separation and deep longing this … Continue reading lukewarm autumn

On Becoming a Writer: Megha Sood

  I'm very excited to share the details of the interview done by amazing Christine at GoDogGO Cafe. A virtual cafe where writers, readers and anyone with a passion for writing can gather and share their beautiful thoughts while warming their fingers to a cup of coffee. Read the following interview and get to know a tad bit … Continue reading On Becoming a Writer: Megha Sood

After Hours: When I dance with her- Megha Sood

Another poetry feature on the GoDogGO cafe.. this poem is one of my personal favorites. As it combines my love of poetry and dance.
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when I dance with her Megha

Locked gaze of hungry eyes
a fleeting touch of her body
Sudden twists and turns
Swirls, which are so naughty
Emotions flowing in locked steps
Driving both the souls in unison
Tapping feet makes the melody
When I’m with her
Music stirs our souls
Beats makes the heart move
Clapping to the ever-changing melody
Body does the groove
That syncopated feeling
when the world is moving in unison
Nothing compares to that ecstasy
When I am with her
The bare touch of her fingertips
electrifies me
Gliding and flowing of her body
Stirs the tides inside me
You can feel the passion
You can taste the love in the air
Passion has a new meaning
When I dance with her.
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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…

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Guest Barista Megha Sood: Saintly

Third time is a charm, they say. Got my third poem published on the literary collective GoDogGocafe.

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Megha 3

Failed virtues of the people today
nothing can be fixed
going to church every day
You’re Catholic
and I’m pious
and we still have our fingers
dipped in the blood
of our desires
What makes you more saintly than me I ask
Oh! I pray and confess twice in the last pass
I repent my sins
and donate to charity
to evade taxes
cause I can’t stand in the stinky lines
of the soup kitchen
to feel those empty glances
I’m looking at the God
and still stripping you with my eyes
they say I’m a man of cloth
who has burned every desire
Lighting up candles
kneeling to make my wishes come true
I can kill a person’s desire to live
but I can make a saint out of you.
Reading the holy scriptures
and accepting the truth in the gospel
we are camouflaging so beautifully
hiding the devil…

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Go Dog Go cafe Poetry feature

Hello my wonderful readers, I'm beaming with joy and smiling from ear to ear as one of my poems got published on an amazing literary collective site Gogdoggo cafe. When I started scribbling and writing poetry, I never realized that my little bits of creativity will be good enough to garner any level of recognition.But today changed … Continue reading Go Dog Go cafe Poetry feature