“Seasons of Earth” by Manisha Manhas

the dust storms whine
against the window
as cherry dreams
slide inside.
Searching a marigold,
a child’s eyes bob to
the tunes of  morning
as do butterflies rise from
chrysanthemum jars.
And so does the coup
surging from a young
girl’s diary becomes
bubbles to be sprayed over
the clavicles of earth,
titillating her varied
musk tinted seasons.

Manisha Manhas from Pathankot is a poet. She writes her heart out. She considers poetry as a powerful force to mend fractions and schisms appearing in society. She has been published in many national and international journals, including e zines. Her works have previously been published in Spillwords, Setu, the bilingual journal published from Pittsburgh, U.S.A, Glo mag and the Wagon Magazine.

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