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Jasmeen Griffin

Jasmeen Griffin recently studied at Oxford University with poet Jenny Lewis. She was born in India and studied in the United States and Canada. Bridging these cultures has taught her how much is gained as well as lost in translation. … Continue reading

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Blue Heron

The blue heron stands Quiet as a stealth bomber His jubilant croak Jangles The ripples A silver wriggle Held fast in his beak Giraffe neck Undulates In supple grace The silver line curls into a Downward lump Into the curve … Continue reading

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New Moon

Ivory shard forged into a curve, torn from contours of my heart, the crescent moon limns a cerulean dark sky. Inviolate. Like Li Po I reach out, splash into cold, dark water. Pale buttercream shimmer is broken and re-broken, made … Continue reading

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Peacock haunting dusk, single note, high-pitched, staccato. Repeated… Plaint rising above the soughing of the dying day, like a muezzin’s call to prayer. Warms gray twilight into iridescence: yearning spiced with joy. Jasmeen Griffin

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