Pensive Piscean

Come swim in my ocean, amidst pearls and seaweed and resist the urge to drown

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poetry

Teach her 

Teach her to stare at her reflection so hard till skin and bones melt off and all that remains is her quiet soul glittering like a sequinned Milky Way. Teach her it’s okay to say ‘Fuck’ and ‘Pussy’ and that… Continue Reading →

Selfish

Selfish. How is it so easy to throw a word and walk away. Like a grenade you leave it to explode within me -an adjective, an accusation, a perhaps truth. All these years I’ve wrung myself out for you, held… Continue Reading →

In Bloom

Potpourri and nuptial beds Bouquets and garlands Perfume and cream   I bloom for you Pluck and use me Just watch for thorns

Drops

You don’t see us. Why would you? We are tiny amidst the mountains and snow. We were once part of them, frozen in time and part of an enormous mass It was comforting to be secure, no one dared defy us…. Continue Reading →

Sometimes you have to taste your own tears. Stop the morose thoughts, lift a finger to your face and dab at that stream pouring down. Feel the salt and the sweet, seeping into different parts of your tongue , confounding your senses…. Continue Reading →

Marinated Hearts

One part music One part poetry Two parts fresh sunlight Mix well Drizzle red wine Let it rest, let it be.

A cloud’s farewell

I stand alone. The cool wind twirls around my ears playfully as I stand in the glow of a street-light. The silence is soothing, broken occasionally by the rustling of palm leaves or the distant bark of a dog marking… Continue Reading →

Hooked

It’s out there somewhere, calling out to you Tantalizing with ominous mystery The perfect bait is irresistible If you dare to imagine It hooks you on and tugs you out Of your ocean of familiarity and calm You drip off… Continue Reading →

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