New poetry by Sarika Jaswani (artincrochet) : Since You’ve been gone…

Since you’ve been gone…

I’m a tornado
  Of grief and thirst
Eye an anxious nimbus
  Mouth spinning, pining hole

Uprooted laughter
  Roofs of utterance blown
Reduced to rubble
  Remnants of regrets 

Sun comes as
  Wordless numbing calm

Time rushes back to past
Comes to stand     Still in the present now

Lapsed life
  Crawls forward without you

Rueful Days
Fitful nights
Guilty breaths

Ghosts of your memories
  Haunt the moments that
coerce to move on
Void of your absence
 Weighs heavy on heart to
carry on

Purple Chrysanthemum
 Petals of tears fall
On lane of reminiscence
 Where you walk

In turning hues of seasons
 In lascivious tremulation of
green lacewing
I sift arms of earth that rock
your last sleep
 I see your essence
   to unearth
  my reason for being

Since you've been gone

Bio: Doctor by profession. I'm a Crochet Artist, Art Tutor Writer of Children's Stories, Philanthropist. Poet. Published. Passionately reads & writes poetry. Art Lover. Bird lover. Dreamer and blogger.Published on 'Tide Rises Tide Falls' & on Medium with A Cornered Gurl @ACG @Scittura 

Fevers of the Mind Poetry on WordPress
Silver Birch Press
The Organic Poets 
A frequent VSS prompt writer on twitter
My poems run on theme of love, reflection and philosophy of life.

ArtinCrochet on Twitter @sarikajaswani

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David writes poetry, short stories, and writings that'll make you think or laugh, provoking you to examine images in your mind. To submit poetry, photography, art, please send to Twitter: @davidLOnan1 + @feversof Facebook: DavidLONan1


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