By Srinivas S
Versus On a piece of paper The work of a pen is a complex tale of love and war: It is a history of breaths, carcasses and rebirths; And an inky body of evidence for life in the Mars of minds and the Venus of hearts. On a screen, though, It seems a simple story, its flow stripped of effort and emotion: It is a mystery of words which haven’t fought wars; And an empty cloud which shrouds, like death, the moons of mood and the stars of thought
Srinivas S teaches English at the Rishi Valley School, India. His poems have found a home in places such as Indian Ruminations, Amethyst Review and The Hong Kong Review.
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