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Sleepless In Poetry

written by: Vidya Shankar


Do poets ever sleep?
Does poetry ever rest?
Does not sleep help refresh poets' thinking?
Isn't poetry ever forever fresh?
Doesn't writing poetry unceasingly tire the poet out?
Must poetry always be manifested as a read?

Vidya Shankar

Vidya Shankar

Vidya Shankar is a poet, writer, blogger, motivational speaker, English language teacher, instructional designer, content developer, and yoga enthusiast. An active member of poetry circles, her work has appeared in national and international literary platforms and anthologies. Awarded 'Star Poet' by Storizen Magazine, she has played a major role in the release of Madras Hues Myriad Views anthology. Her first book of poems The Flautist of Brindaranyam, is a collaborative effort with her photographer husband, Shankar Ramakrishnan. Herself a ‘book’ at the Human Library, Vidya Shankar lives a life of purpose by using the power of words, both written and spoken, to create awareness about environmental and social issues, mental health and the need to break the shackles of an outdated society.
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