So thrilled to see my ekphrastic entry selected amongst the top 100 in the London/Berlin-based poetry journal Visual Verse. I'm really thankful to the entire team for encouraging the writing community. Please read my poem "Someday" here. Happy blogging! Megha Sood Image by Mae Mu
Happy to see my poem " a place I call home" included in the top 100 posts for the Visual Verse 6th birthday edition. As always its' an absolute pleasure to be featured in this London/Berlin-based poetry journal. You can read my poem here. Happy blogging! Megha Sood Image by Rude Ltd
In response to the Visual Prompt The purple and orange lights spilling from the empty walls of these rooms a dry yellow sepia tinge covering the loneliness creeping behind those walls Silence is deception-- a necessary camouflage an unending and meaningless soliloquy going relentlessly in your tired mind when the stillness in your thoughts are … Continue reading Curiosity kills the cat
Always an exciting moment to see my words grace this beautiful London/Berlin-based poetry journal Visual Verse challenging its writers with a stunning visual prompt every month.So thankful to the editors for supporting and accepting my work. Please read my poem "Automaton" Happy blogging! Megha Sood mage by Franck V.
So delighted to see my poem making the cut for this month anthology at Visual Verse. A London/Berlin-based poetry journal has been challenging the writers with their visually appealing prompts for years. So thankful to the editor Lucie for helping me get through a technical glitch during this month's submission. Please read my poem here … Continue reading Poetry published on the Visual Verse Vol 06 Chapter 8- “Sustenance”
First Published in the Visual Verse Vol 6 Chapter 06 That dissonance that cacophony, those hushed whispers are trying you to clamor you they are trapping you, slowly and surely and pitching an invisible fence around you those loud cheers those blaring noises of excitement like something new is unraveling, the air is thick with … Continue reading Temerity
So thrilled to see my poem in the April edition of the Visual Verse. This London/Berlin-based poetry and short fiction based magazine challenges the writers monthly with their stunning visual prompt and publishes an anthology online. Here is the link to my poem " Temerity" based on the Visual image shown above. Happy blogging! Megha … Continue reading Poetry published in the Visual verse Vol 6 Chapter 6- “Temerity”