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Pen Muses

Pen Muses

written by: Sarika Jaswani



A penny, a paperclip and some lint

Under round crafty eye
Twists and turns
Takes a gander
Of my fluffy fibers
On her long poetic fingers

Blush nascent, A Felt
I’m guileless

I beam, at every toss and turn
A rag doll play on her hands

Skilled her eye
Sizes a needle to pick and poke
Each warp and weft
Sculpting each shred
Carving every bristle of mine

Designs an existence
Shapes me in her flair of creation

Sarika Jaswani

Sarika Jaswani

Doctor by profession. I'm a crochet artist, art tutor, writer of children's stories, philanthropist, poet. Published. Passionately reads & writes poetry. Art lover. Bird lover. Dreamer and blogger. Published on: Tide Rises Tide Falls, on Medium with A Cornered Gurl, Fever Of Mind Poetry on WordPress, Silver Birch Press, a frequent vss prompt writer on Twitter. My poems run on theme of love, reflection and philosophy of life.
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