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Differences by Samina Parveen

phosphene was your vicinity

from aurora, you turned to ineffable trauma

mourning for a mirage

you made me breathe in blasphemy

I realized the differences.

frost is my love, crystalline sparking in my heart.

I sunbath to melt the ice before it takes grip of my heartbeats,

my lungs get a spark from a dust particle giving me,

breathlessness but it doesn’t seem new to be.

I have faced it when someone shoved the soil of my heart.

phosphene was your vicinity

from aurora, you turned to ineffable trauma

mourning for a mirage

you made me breathe in blasphemy

I realized the differences.

Samina is a common student from India with some uncommon dreams. Writing is a part of her and words run in her blood. Her dream is to inspire the youth and to be remembered as a world changer.

Follow Samina on Instagram: @samina2005.2020 and know more about her, Here.

Editor: Devika Mathur (@my.valiant.soul)

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