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[how it began]

it began the way most things start,
in unaware fashion,

the hooks embedded
into our skin and our bodies bobbed
buoy-like in murky seawater

we were tied to each other but we didn’t know that yet. 81 more words

Poetry

#NaPoWriMo2019 – Day 30: 'Never, Never, Never'

(Published a month late for reasons).

Never, Never, Never
 
As time aches on, I more and more think,
this country needs to be burned to its bare foundations. 150 more words

Poetry

#NaPoWriMo2019 – Day 29: 'Fledgling'

(Published a month late for reasons).

Fledgling
 
Fledgling flutterball, just chase that butterfly,
collide with who I assume is your sibling
and forget the insect for a fleeting fight. 39 more words

Poetry

#NaPoWriMo2019 – Day 28: 'Yet Another Musing on Emptiness'

(Published a month late for reasons).

Yet Another Musing on Emptiness
 
There’s no sensation quite as heavy
as feeling empty. Nothingness
turns to lead while sat in… 11 more words

Poetry

#NaPoWriMo2019 – Day 27: ‘All the Good Things'

(Published a month late for reasons).

All the Good Things
 
Life’s gonna shovel
a shitload of shit
at times when there’s no doubt
you do not deserve it. 112 more words

Poetry

#NaPoWriMo2019 - Late Poems

Shortly to be published following this post are the last four poems from National Poetry Writing Month 2019. I was meant to write these at the end of April but things became rather busy all of a sudden in that last week, which coincided with a patch of writer’s block that I wasn’t able to shake until now. 67 more words

Poetry

We are poets

“Poets are shameless with their experiences: they exploit them.” 
― Friedrich Nietzsche

We all are trying to touch the bottom of the madness
the absolute end…

163 more words
Megha Sood Poetry