Ashok Bhargava – Surrey Muse

Ashok Bhargava is the author of four collections of poems. Writing both in English and Hindi, he has published Mirror of Dreams, A Kernel of Truth, Skipping Stones and Lost in the Morning Calm. He is now working on two interesting poetry book projects. Parallel Lines focuses on people and places we are close to but never meet or reach them, and Tomorrow Never Comes where the poet laments the loss of ‘near and dear’ and of of places left behind. Ashok is the founder of Writers International Network Canada (WIN Canada), an organization that recognizes writers, poets and artists of diverse backgrounds and genre on yearly basis.

Ashok’s poetry memorializes people, places and pleasantries. He is the ‘soft-talker’, the ‘inspirational’, someone who strives to bring joy to the people around him through his poems.

More on Ashok
ashokbhargava.wordpress.com
WIN Canada
writersinternationalnetwork.wordpress.com
Ashok’s facebook page
facebook.com/ashok.k.bhargava
Email Ashok
bhargava2000@yahoo.com

At the June 24 gathering of Surrey Muse, Ashok will honor us by opening the Open Mic session. More information about the event is here:
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About Surrey Muse

An interdisciplinary Arts and Literature group that meets Fourth Friday of each month except December. Presents a Guest Author, a Featured Poet, and a Featured Artist/Performer. Discussions. Open Mic. Book Table. Book Signings. Free event. Donations welcome.

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