Sunday, February 1, 2015

Sudha Srivatsan - One Poem


A feeling so numb
Like lost my little finger,
Befriending the tail
Gone missing for long
A fragment of soul neatly exsected
Long warped my mind with denial
Content traded smartly
For the organic melancholy
Seeded in the soil of willing fault
Like meaningful the whole life
A residue so charming
A sensation so blissful
In the fullness of unwillingness
To let go and forgive.

Work due to appear in the Commonline Journal January 2015, Indiana Voice Journal April 2015 issue, winner of poetry contests and shortlisted for the Mary Charman Smith November 2014 Poetry Competition.

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