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"Union" by Beulin S S


Title image shows a blonde-haired woman in a black leather jacket looking toward a fast moving, blurred street in front of her.

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Published January 1st, 2023


by Beulin S S
(Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India)

Heart skipped a beat,
In the vision of clashing petals;
The dusk shaded the space
With the steams burning hot,
Drained summer fainted
When the rain started sprinkling;
Sweet symphony echoed
The tangled silks stuck into the web;
A million emotions served
With the thousand flavored delight,
The dusk dusted the fragrance
The dawn sprouted with shyness;
The savory of love painted
The elegant scribbles on the heart,
The secret diaries tamed
Two souls tangled with a union.

The author of this poem is Beulin S S. She is from southern tip of India. She believes that the word sewed with feelings can make wonders. She is pursuing her post graduate degree in Bharathiar University, Tamil Nadu. Words could spread fragrance all over the world.

This poem is included in Poetry World #5, published in the Wax Poetry and Art Library.

Previously published in Axil Poetry and Art:
Café Terrace at Night

by Dongha Kim

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