Poetry & me: #BlogchatterA2Z


Blogchatter has been the Krishna himself in all its might to steer my blog and my poetry towards victory or at least towards a more meaningful path. I was only an amateur poet scribbling random stuff on my barely known blog but then I joined blogchatter. Although, I haven’t been a regular contributor but their campaigns really turned it around for me.



I churned out a poetry book out of my blog posts for the second edition of Ebook carnival. With some beautiful reviews on my plate I went a step further with publishing it through an online publishing company and the response has been phenomenal. The reviews have touched my heart and motivated me to keep writing.

Now, blogchatter is here with the A2Z challenge. My theme may not be a surprise but the content will bedazzle you for sure.

My theme for the challenge “Poetry & me”.

I’ll be showcasing the best of my poems from my archives, my book “मन-मन्थन” and some new ones too; A poem or two for each alphabet. Each day would be a different emotion, a moment, a cause or something very close to my heart. I’ll be running this challenge on my instagram and twitter handles too.


I invite you all to be a part of this poetic journey all through the month of April and hope to make this bond stronger with my words. My book “मन-मन्थन” is available on all major online shopping portals, so just grab your copy and don’t forget to post your review.

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21 thoughts on “Poetry & me: #BlogchatterA2Z

  1. Fabulous. Look forward to reading. Hope you enjoy the challenge! I’ve been doing it since 2012. I’ve had two books out this year, (Macmillan and Bloomsbury) and am really enjoying myself. Every other year I’ve done Amazing Animals but this year it’s children’s poets and their poems from round the world. And I’m doing it Z to A! Children’s poems of course should always be enjoyable from an adult’s point of view. See you soon! Liz http://www.poetryroundabout.com

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  2. Hello doc! i can only find an A-Z poem not in English… I’d love to read it in English, if possible, i like your poems! Send me the link. I follow your blog. This year I am blogging from http://www.poetryroundabout.com – it will be an A-Z (well, Z-A so they end up the right way round in the lists) of the best children’s poets, which will be a resource on the blog forever, for anyone interested. Poetry Roundabout is for all children’s poetry, not just mine. First one is Benjamin Zephaniah! 100 poets and they’ve all sent a poem. Hope to see you there!

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    1. Thank you Liz. I’ve written a few in English too. This A2Z is in Hindi only. Will get back to you with my English poems. It’s a great thing you are doing. Doing it like a pro. setting your own rules and pace. Following you. My best wishes. 🙂


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