Words interrupted

Words interrupted

20 September 2020

Courtesy pinterest.com

 

Folding unfolding

myriads of images strewn

Memory a lark

 

Beams of crescent moon

tugged slow at my lips’ corners

A nightingale sang

 

Words interrupted

stilled my heart in deep silence

like water it flowed

 

Reading of the poem:

Dance Me To The End Of Love – Francis Goya

7 thoughts on “Words interrupted

  1. Thank you Geetha, again a delight to read and especially hear you recite one of your poems. Larks always had an important symbolism for me like in Bernart de Ventadorn’s Can vei la lauzeta mover. When you read your poems it’s like being channelled into another world

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