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Saturday October 23, 2021

Fiction & Poetry

life of a woman
Belles Lettres

Poem: Letter to Myself

If only you can thank the August rain,/The road trips with false lovers,/
The unflattering mirrors, the ditched playgrounds…

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poem on fall watercolour flickr
Belles Lettres

Poem: Apollumi

Now, would dare break the wall, would you shrug all caution,/Guard your heart with soul’s last shred,/Or perish in the name of passion?

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Kashmir autumn poem
Belles Lettres

Tonight, Let me Write!

Tonight, let me write!/Let me write/Of the hopeful eyes/And the desperate souls,/Of the severed limbs,/And the silenced songs,

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Poem by Sadaf Munshi illustration Pxfuel
Belles Lettres

Poem: This is No Dream

I went sleepless and troubled/ Hiding under my pallid skin/As a thick blanket of darkness/Enveloped the starless night.

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Edwin Lefèvre short story illustration
Belles Lettres

Fiction: On the Brink

She went up to the gray-haired man and kissed him on the lips, and leaned against him, until he wound his arm about her waist, and she rested her head on his shoulder caressingly; and then she looked defiantly at the young man, who had drawn near.

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