Ekta Somera Poems

  • 1.  
    in sweaty palms we held
    a world filled with wonder
    but our fingers were stained
    with soot -
  • 2.  
    at the dusk of childhood,
    i watched as the twilight erode -
    a street of stars - no greater
    than shattered glass
  • 3.  
    at the edge of a branch
    i once slipped off,
    an invisible noose
    held on to the remains
  • 4.  
    it is dolour
    that brutally obliterated
    the girl i used to be
Total 4 poems written by poet Ekta Somera

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