Clear Blue Jar Laying here looking above. Staring toward the sky. Wondering why, Why is our sky blue. How do we perceive hue’s And why say “feeling blue”, When it’s not true. The blue I see, Is no-one’s fool. So why fool with me. For more, visit his blog here.
THE NIGHT Sometimes scary, Sometimes lonely, Sometimes quiet, Sometimes filled with, Voices and noises, That exhaust, The impatient mind. Sometimes hide the pain, Sometimes highlights, Low points of the game. The fairy lights shine bright, In few buildings, In our lane. The stars twinkle in sky, Everything pauses, Silence becomes the voice. Judgement declines, Creativity … Continue reading Poet and the sky: Poem by Charu Sharma
As part of mentioned research, here will be featured poets who agreed to participate. This poem is an excerpt from Even those some Flowers only bloom at Night: “and i know my light is dull compared to yours you are a flower you are a sunrise you are both delicate and powerful the source of … Continue reading Poet and the sky: Poem by Charlotte Amelia Poe
As I mentioned in one of my earlier posts, I got an opportunity to take part in research ‘Living with a sky’ in front of St Trinity, University of Wales, where essentially we explore how contemporary humans relate to sky. I thought it was a great idea to perform part of research among poets, as … Continue reading Research at University of Wales: Poets living with a sky