Sunday, October 4, 2015

Mirage -By Trivarna Hariharan


Your voice rests upon my palm like snow on a
sunny afternoon's window.

Something; you say,
something still feels quite right –
just about right.

And then the shield is lifted off both our eyes.

Maybe we're still looking for complete truths.
The pure ones. 

Somewhere behind a rooftop after some time,
I hear the silent snow clear itself away.


Trivarna Hariharan is an author whose work has appeared in various literary magazines, zines and journals such as the Literature Studio, Writers Asylum, Textploit, Dead Housekeeping, Inklette, TheOriginalVanGoghsEarAnthology and so on and forth. She holds a grade 4 distinction in keyboard from the Trinity College of London. Her film won the Chinh India Best Film-2014. She is the editor-in-chief at Inklette, First Reader for Polyphony HS and the Head Officer of Journalism for Redefy.

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