Mother is Humming. Can You Hear? – Poem by Megha Sood

Poetry by Megha Sood

This rhythmic symphony
the earth is humming
as I try along to resonate with its tune
syncopating with the vibration

a percussion of the disconnected heartbeats
a staccato knitted together
so closely and neatly
as we overcome the voiceless din

the cacophony
and the blaring dissonance
of the voices in the abyss
a drop of elixir for our marred souls

As I place my ear close to her heaving heart
attenuating myself
to the rhythmic beat of her heartbeats, closing the gap
holding hands together in the staccato
beating together
and as we reach the resonance
I can hear the mother humming.


About the Poet

Megha Sood lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. She is a contributing author at GoDogGO Cafe, Candles Online, Free Verse Revolution, Whisper and the Roar, Poets Corner and contributing editor at Ariel Chart. Her 290+ works have been featured and upcoming in 521 Magazine #Sideshow, Oddball Magazine, KOAN( Paragon Press), Pangolin review, Fourth and Sycamore, Drabble, Ofrendas Press, Mojave Heart Review, Praxis Magazine. Royal Rose, Visitant Lit, Quail Bell, Adelaide Magazine and many more. Her poetry has recently been published in the anthology “We will not be silenced” by Indie Blu(e) Publishing, “(All the Lonely People”, Blank Paper Press)and upcoming in six other anthologies by US, Australian and Canadian Press. 
Her poem “Survivor” was selected by the Jersey City Writer’s event “Survival is Insufficient” series as part of the BigRead event sponsored by the National Endowment of Arts. She recently won the 1st prize in NAMI NJ Dara Axelrod Mental Health Poetry contest. She blogs at https://meghasworldsite.wordpress.com/

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