Seena Sreevalson, INDIA

Exclusive: Best of Women Poetry: Edited by Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy
Sometimes in dreams
Your moustache calls me for a duel.
I accept it.
When the bell rings
Unknown spectators howl and scream.
The distance between you and me
Will be shorter and wider.
Sometimes it all ends to begin.
The string of words
Tied to my heart bursts.
A legacy of burdens
Throbbing in the vein
Now gone forever.
And I will walk towards
The victory stand
Hands up.

Seena Sreevalson is a bilingual poet, translator and editor and writes poetry in English and Malayalam. Her major themes include feminine sensibilities, nature, ecological issues and social issues. She has presented her poems in several national and international poetry fests. Her poems have also been featured in many international poetry anthologies. A teacher by profession, Seena is an accomplished classical dancer who experiments in visual aspects of poetry. She has compiled and edited two poetry anthologies, The Current and Global Poetry, that showcase poems from 40 nations across the Globe. She successfully organized the International Poetry and Art Fest-2019 at Kodungalloor, Kerala and the Prime International Poetry Festival-2020 at Mannarkkad, Kerala.

Best of Women Poetry -2020 :: Setu, March 2020

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