It's just poetry, it won't bite


11.16.18 Posted in today's words by

Aiyanna Zareen studied philosophy at University of San Diego and also was an assistant art librarian. She lives and writes in Lansing, Michigan.

By Aiyanna Zareen

Jewel-bright saris and bright orange marigolds

a blue whale delves deeper into blue

lemon-white saguaro bloom

tangible sunlight      carding alpaca wool           apricots

a shimmering hummingbird stops to sip wet fuchsia

imbibing pale ale at the bluegrass jam festival

being  music//manta rays cruising aquamarine shallows

I want to touch your kaleidoscope

drinking jasmine green tea, the exploding translucence of Caspian tigers

Finnish borealis, feeling sapphire brush-strokes of sea-crash

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