Poetry

May 21, 2018 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Souvik photo

 

By

Sana T Mohammed

 

 

 

The Presence of Absence

 

 

No soul walks this day.

Leaves are where they were

a few seconds ago.

A lake seems to have moved farther.

Retracted. Shrunk

till it became a dot, gone.

No wind shakes me up from sleep.

Nature has its own way to make you feel

what you really are and not.

Sometimes a speck.

Sometimes the whole Universe.

 

 

 

 

 

Sana T Mohammed

Sana Tamreen Mohammed, M.A., B.Ed resides in Kolkata, India. She worked as a journalist in a renowned news channel and independent documentary filmmaking. She won The First Monsoon Haiku Competition, Kolkata. Presently, she works as a teacher when not working on her manuscript. She was featured in a radio show. Her poems were published in various online literary magazines and translated into four different languages.

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