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Along with the daily feature articles from our columnists, read works from our past contributors in the categories of prose, poetry and visual art, alongside interviews and other musings.

 

Sharon by Shivi Dixit

I found a little white moth

sitting on my window sill.

It was slow as a sloth

and sat seriously still.

He was looking outside the window

contemplating his life,

thinking of the good ol’ meadow

and his long lost wife.


He longed for solitude,

So I left him hanging there.

When I came back to the latitude,

he wasn’t to be seen.

He might’ve flown back home,

that is my hunch.

But he could’ve also landed on a gnome

and become a bird’s brunch.

Shivi Dixit is an Indian highschool student, currently preparing for medical entrance exam. She writes poems and short horror stories as a hobby, as of now. Using the power of words, she aspires to create something that makes people feel every emotion, one at a time.

Editor: Rachel Blair (@broken_barbie26)

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