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Henna Sjblom Sameera Mansure Siddharth Ojha

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    2 poems- Sameera Mansuri

    A prayer God won’t hear. The rain is suffocating inside the clouds The leaves are burning in agony I pluck flowers often and place them in my books wondering anything beautiful needs to be preserved. My eyes have begun resembling…

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    Grieving the grief

      grief, a shout in the void where birds chirp and sing meaningless songs of love and heaven swings to it’s highest position in prayers but nothing is left, at least it looks like this.   my mouth is an…

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    Cannibals Of love

      Darling, you look like you’ve never washed the hair of someone who hurt you I’ve always been a Good Samaritan when it comes to aiding strangers but I can’t go on pretending I’m doing this for you the airport…

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    Live to die or die to live?

      Rolling the skin deeply In the waters, rusting my bones cold moisture seeps the pores hits spine, undercurrents discharged pupil widens, nostrils expand I breathe in the black smoke hair rise stiffens the nerves muscles inflamed; cortisol infused bloodstream…

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