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written by: Megha Sood



Between the spaces of my heartbeats
I have knitted you a home
Come sit and feel cozy
nestled deep in the
embrace of my
oozing with the overflowing love
that elixir
gushing out of
every single pore of my self
dripping from the fingertips
Come, get washed up in the
fountain of sweet milk and honey
and rejuvenate
deeply to the core,

Between the curve of my smile
I have knitted you a home
where you get imbued with the
warmth of my pure smile
and get soaked in the
beaming light of moonlight
which will drench your
soul in its reverie,

Between the
spaces of my fingers
I have knitted you a home
a safe space
where you can
lay languid
your soul intertwined with me
and seeking sustenance in each other
Those fingers wrapped around each other
weave an untold story
of passion and love in its entirety,

Between the pores of my body
I have knitted a home for you
where you can rest
with your marred and crestfallen soul
chasing that shiny mirage
you called life
and its sobriety,

Between the teardrops
falling off my face
I have knitted a home for you
my love
a single drop of it
can resurrect your
dreary soul
from the pain
which is tearing you apart
Sip and get intoxicated
living immortality
in the blissed-out soul
for eons to come.

There is a place, a home
in every pore of my being
Come, find your space, my love!

Megha Sood

Megha Sood

Megha Sood lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. She is also a contributing author at GoDogGO Cafe, Candles Online, Whisper and the Roar and Poets Corner.
Her works have been featured in GoDogGoCafe, Whisper and the Roar, Duane Poetree, Visual Verse, Poets Corner, Modern poetry, Spillwords Press, Indian periodicals, Literary heist, Little Rose Magazine, Cafe Writer's Magazine, The Quiet Corner, Vita Brevis, Modern Literature, and coming up in Poethead and many more.
She recently won the 1st prize in NAMI NJ Dara Axelrod Mental Health Poetry contest. She blogs at Megha's World.
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