Morning Sunshine
Morning Sunshine

Morning sunshine hugs my bones

Light that trickles in slowly
And then drenches

Alive, and hot
But a love that melts in my mouth

Tickles the tops of blades of grass
Plays between my hair, sunshine

I wish I could pour you into a jar and keep you close

Burst through my blood
Caress my skin

Reaches out to hold me, sunshine
I am safe in your arms.

Sanaya

Sanaya is a lawyer in Bombay. She currently spends most of her time reading and drafting documents. If she’s not doing that, she’s playing music, writing, or planning what to eat, next.

Ouevre

Duet

Poetry by Sanaya

What I want is to have your fingers Play my tune We’ll play a duet You on black keys, me on White What I want is to hear Two melodies...
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The Economy of Movement

Prose by Sanaya

I learnt about the economy of movement in a yoga class at school. It was written in our textbook. It told us that each physical action of ours must be...
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How to Leave a Note

Poetry by Sanaya

What matters is how you leave a note A musical note, pressed down by your fingers, hammer to string to sound, will echo what’s in your head while you play...
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Anthology

The Grand Mystique

Poetry by Cheryl Cobern Browne

… A Visual Poetry…
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जो रो ना सके वो जवानी क्या

Poetry by Omendra Ratnu

जो रो ना सके वो जवानी क्या ! जो हंस ना सके वो बुढ़ापा क्या ! जो चल ना सके वो हौसला क्या ! जो मिट ही जाए वो फासला...
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ST Colmans Well – Oughtmama

Poetry by Frank Golden

Is there a code of seeing what is or is not present? This tree by Colman’s well melted into its heartspace. This coil of life in its own soil, making...
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