Just Another Evening, a poem by Abha Das Sarma at Spillwords.com
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Just Another Evening

Just Another Evening

written by: Abha Das Sarma

@abhadassarma

 

Silence drops
The scent spreads
Of cut wood
Over the eucalyptus,

Golden streaks, fall
Under the rising moon
Air streams, through
Layers of bamboo,

A black pair sits
Making love
At the edge
Of a broken twig,

And Jacaranda blooms
As I walk
Completely unaware
Of my past.

Abha Das Sarma

Abha Das Sarma

Abha Das Sarma is an Indian writer with a blog of over 200 poems. An engineer and management consultant by profession, she is passionate about writing. Her poems have appeared in the Spring 2020 Issue of Muddy River Poetry Review. Having spent her growing up years in small towns of northern India, she currently lives in Bangalore with her scientist husband.
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