Women Poetry: Ms. Seena Sreevalson, India

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Seena Sreevalson
MYTH OF MEDUSA-DECONSTRUCTED

Revelations

She embraced love
And immersed into conflicts.
Sour fruits of painful love,
Summon to those desires.
Sighs are often
Interpreted
Ambiguously.


Inscriptions

Each strand of her hair
Like snakes that fume fire
Inscribes agony.
The broken wings of her mind
Still quivering with love.
The power of longing
Turns everything 
Hard stones.
Divine love that protects 
Calls conscious awareness. 
Let her memory live on forever


Ms. Seena Sreevalson is a bilingual poet, Editor and translator from Kerala, India. She has compiled and edited two international anthologies of English poems namely The Current (2019) and Global Poetry (2020). She has received Poonthanam Yuva Sahithya Puraskaram. Seena works as an Assistant Professor of English in Collegiate Education, Government of Kerala. She is also a classical dancer who experiments with visual aspects of poetry.

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