The struggle seemed so insignificant now
The struggle seemed so insignificant now

The struggle seemed so insignificant now,
Like tiny dots that become of people,
That had once seemed so intimidating,
Are now no more than grains,
Caught in the whirlwind of thought,

As she soars above,
Letting go of the weights,
That kept her from reaching the stars

Simran

After spending 15 years on this earth I have begun to understand the seasons…
Sometimes I’m like the seasons…constantly changing but usually predictable…
But most of the times I’m like the water… moving, flowing, discovering new paths… brimmed to the top with poetry, life and curiosity… learning the old philosophies of the lands I travel through and capturing them as art.


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Cardiograph

Poetry by Simran

Each heart beat, Is unique in its moment A splash of colour Some call it art I call it life
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Glass rose

Poetry by Simran

you used to use your thorns to protect the glass casing that you were in from breaking but soon your fragile shell was shattered and the shards of glass pierced...
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Ink

Poetry by Simran

Speak, sing, write, act Till your voice can no more And your face can’t twitch a muscle And your hand cramps and becomes sore With blisters and splotches of ink...
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Anthology

Declension in April

Poetry by Frank Golden

Lacking an ordained task, I sit in the blue chair facing south, rain on the circular field past Ballyhaine, rifts of blue opened by the wind, a taper of baling...
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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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Four Hands

Poetry by Sanaya

Four hands divided by two Sprawl across bass and treble and the space between. Four hands means Twenty fingers moving in tandem and all for One song. Play passing the...
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