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Lockdown

Another combustible day Some inflamed breakfast porridge Some simmering enraged lentils Served alongside, some meek bland rice Slump into our gullets. Destinies applauded, not one morsel wasted Chosen mortals, greater…
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Now

Imiss strangers More than friends. The old man who pass by, And gives me a smile. The woman who sit beside And ask if I'm taken. The man who sits opposite And gives a look as if I'm the most beautiful. The little boy with…
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Ball of Fire

Afternoon sun Blazed hot Scorching all life Plants drooped Trees stood transfixed People remained inside Hibernating. Screams of a woman Pierced the afternoon Dark smoke rose From outside The…
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Light House

His fingers quiver, they touch Folds worn by her nape. Gaze sits, stirring impish glances Into a doppelganger, A rigid tonic called caution, Gobbled at brusque bends. When glints of a pole star fell, Ripples of her heart affirmed,…
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Conscience: A Wind Chime

A ripple brimming lake, Since first amber glimpse. Serves wisdom broth, In an incendiary ribcage. Broth topples, Its soliloquy, trickles into the next stanza. Under some moons, hedgehog blanket Clasps... In other dawns,…
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Round Game

I stood watching The dog chases its tail The dog went Round and round The tail went Round and round The tail and the dog Vanished in a swirl. The dog came Running back Stood beside me Panting hard.…
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My Little One

Photo credit: RyanFox/Pexels Hey, my little one I hope you are at peace today. For you were the soul that Stitched whole my broken one. My tiny one, I can't say if I had given you Enough and all, you needed and loved.…
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A Nocturnal Odyssey

The twilight sun, retreats to its nadir, Moon-rise! Flanked by its twinkling fellowship, And the darkened groves their softest shadows wear, The night beckons me with its gentle courtship. I lay on the dew freshened grass,…
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