The Bluff of Life, a poem by Anoucheka Gangabissoon at Spillwords.com
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The Bluff of Life

The Bluff of Life

written by: Anoucheka Gangabissoon

 

Write me a haiku
Of that which is meant to be
When church bells shall ring

Write me a haiku
Allow me to fall in love
With the mystical

Write me a haiku
So my dreams materialize
Into blessed dawns

Write me a haiku
Of songs that shall be hymned
When life shall be true

When pigs shall not fly
In a world which is not ours
But which fools us all

To take it as our Queen
While we are slaves
To its bluffing poetry

Anoucheka Gangabissoon

Anoucheka Gangabissoon

Anoucheka Gangabissoon is a Primary School Educator in Mauritius. She writes poetry and short stories as hobby. She considers writing to be the meaning of her life as she has always been influenced by all the great writers and wishes to be, like them, immortalized in her words. Her works can be read on poetrysoup and she had also appeared in various literary magazines like SETU, Different Truths, Dissident Voice, In Between Hangovers Press, WISH Press, Tuck’s Magazine, Blue Mountain Review, among others. She has also been published in Duane’s Poetree and also in two anthologies for the Immagine and Poesia group. Her poems are often placed in free online contests.
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