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Poetry

Poetry There are a number of poets among the Ovi team, so we have gathered the together here.

 
 Scene Scene by Saloni Kaul
A ghostly ship cast in the Sea And the Memory of this Golden Tusker Is stirred; as evinced by that widening eye starkly Like echoes faint of a wayside Busker.
 
 Celestial Serenade Celestial Serenade by Nikos Laios
O heavenly sky, Let me bathe in The magnificence Of your aqua-blue,
 
 Tell this to your sonTell this to your son by Shola Balogun
And when I am gone, Remember how I wished you tell this to your son That he should read not my lines
 
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 Informing PatternInforming Pattern by Jan Sand
Words first arrived on cave walls in France and Spain, Shaped as animals, aurochs and deer. Symbolic prey, sorceries of hunt. It is presumed Those dark halls echoed speech to resound, invoke That magic imagery to permit it to be spoken.
 
 Beneath dark cloudsBeneath dark clouds by David Barger
The sky is behind dark clouds, And the moon Still pulls away somehow Lighting the night In a shade of different blue.
 
 Toodalooo From the Zoo Near the MoonToodalooo From the Zoo Near the Moon by Bohdan Yuri
What say you inside the Milky Way, Where stars are stirred into foray, A spiral swirl into a dark exhaust,
 
 A Central ThemeA Central Theme by George Cassidy Payne
You asked for a strong central theme, well, here it is.
 
 The SageThe Sage by Saloni Kaul
Straight upright in position lotus, all those points about he industrially co-relates. Within he direct vanishes, swift enters the Self, the rising energies exacerbate.
 
 The Final FallThe Final Fall by Nikos Laios
They fell into The sea like angels, Floating like leaves Softly on the breeze.
 
 The PointThe Point by Jan Sand
The point, in mathematics, is an indication of a place, A thing of no dimension, no extension, merely a mention That it is here we must pay attention.
 
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