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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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    2 poems – Megha Sood

    A thief called grief Grief always find its way like the water under the door an anxious child lost in the maze seeping quietly to places unknown it will sink and seep in your soul evade you at times. You…

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    An imprisoned poem

      Butterflies perched upon lashes The dark in my eyes is engulfing all Stars in yours A hiccup stung the memory of you I knit a bag of lies to carry on Shapely shoulders Disproportionate bones break like Twigs under…

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    A tree as a protest Art

        we talk in circles and to anyone they shout, ‘just get to the point already’ when none of them studied geometry or physics or Wordsworth or expectation you expect poetry to greet you like an old friend so,…

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    A friend I never Knew

      A friend I Never knew, The body of Mine in Mirroring Form.   Sadness as I’ve Felt, A torture Wrought From the Twisting Antics of False clowns Marching with Black balloons On shadowy Streets.   Something in A restless…

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