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Crystalline


07.30.12 Posted in today's words by

Yagni Payal is a multifaceted creative artist. She has been writing poetry since her very early years. Her poems have appeared in The Copperfield Review, Danse Macabre, Quiet Magazine, and UK’s Forward Poetry. A playwright, actor, and director, also a wife and mother to 2 beautiful children, Yagni lives in southern California.

Crystalline
By Yagni Payal

Blindfolded, she slips
and swims, like
a mermaid
who shed skin
but, with scaly wings
deep inside bones
and pores
plunging dizzy, inside iris
without tails or fins
Eyes, from those
I sip, silvery nectarine





One Response to “Crystalline”

  1. Quite the visual. Lovely!

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