The Poetess Is Born – Guest Piece

Today’s entry is a guest piece from Manvi Sharma, a poetess from New Delhi, she has some wonderful work, definitely head over and have a read for yourself on her blog Ardour de Meira. The following is a poem about how she became the poetess she is today.

A Poetess Is Born

The emotions running wild
Yearning to be freed.
No escape found in the voice
My mind is where they’re sealed.

The written’s better than the said
‘Cause the ears are all engaged.
I gather the wandering eyes
For my soul is about to be staged.

The show goes on
And I laugh, and I whine.
The sensations flowing out
And I yell, and I smile.

I watch everyone read me
Their eyes wide with surprise.
“She’s made of dynamic colors”
Is all they could memorize.

The splashes of my spirit
Burning through the core.
Searing words of my passion
Could not be read anymore.

The sparkle in their eyes
Speaks of my charm.
The applause fills the air
They exclaim”A poetess is born”.

Copyright Manvi Sharma 2020.

Published by Michelle Quinton

Mum, wife, perpetual student, freelance writer, weight loss coach, artist and occasionally model. I love to try new things, I love to write and I love studying and researching. Never thought I'd see the day that studying became something I enjoyed, but here we are. My blog is where I put my thoughts, I also plan to start a blog of short stories, with a new prompt for each story.

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