Soul poetry

I reshare this short poem by a young author from India, Rupali Jeganathan, because I’m sure that Ariel would have liked it as much as me. In fact, it’s been a long time since I last read a short poem as beautiful and inspired as this one.
If you like it, you may read another very fine work by this poet (“Rules of Beauty“) in my own blog: INVISIBLE FORMS. And many more on Rupali’s blog on WP.

Literature Is My Porn

Today, I mixed

A bit of

Your memories

With the watercolours

And painted

Poetry

On the walls-

No one knows

Why the walls

Glow

At night.


-The Girl Lost In The Bookstore

This makes no sense, but okay.

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5 thoughts on “Soul poetry

  1. I get a feeling with no words to describe from this, such as from the phrase “Colours of the wind”, and the song, “try and paint the colours of the wind”. Thank you, phral !

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