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Tag Archives: Meghana Mysore
i’ve written a lot of love poems lately but i don’t think i’ve ever been in love i want to kiss someone until skeleton becomes liquid lips dissolve into equality and this hurt evaporates too i want to love someone … Continue reading
Heaven is an asymptote, he says, eyes cold like calculus. Is hell an asymptote too? He doesn’t answer. Theorems harbor in his veins. I imagine his graph: a parabola, and today he falls below the vertex. We are limits to … Continue reading
Fingers stretch across keys, sleuthing detectives of sound. She closes her eyes, forgets to remember the chaos, forgets to be afraid. This isn’t the story of a girl and her piano, but of wordless song. Too much unexplained and she … Continue reading
Katherine’s eyes are stories. Silenced stories, and you hunger to give them voice. Her hand trembles as she holds a glass of gold wine, honey residue spilling down the fabric of her dress. Katherine’s stories are recycled. Reused and recycled, … Continue reading
When you think of a fire, do you think of the people within or without? Do you pity the spectators, watching the city deteriorate, or the inhabitants, losing their world? I pity the young girl, standing outside the burning city, … Continue reading