Oceans Your Saris Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


You taught me the poem the museA
Your language jumps into the valley of my heartB
Runs over my veins like a waterfallC
Your words are bees that buzzD
Over the paper of flowersE
Your sentences are streamsF
that meander in the forests without a comma or a full stopG
leaves that autumn gathered year after yearH
are reams of paper on which you writeI
you give your heart for a mere drop of sweatJ
fill our hands with lots of grainL
you cover your body with oceansM
and our nudity with civilizationsM
you swallow seeds and spit flowersE
that is whyN
that rain drop in the cloudO
frets for a place in your heartB

Seshendra Sharma
(C) All Rights Reserved. Poem Submitted on 02/13/2020


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