Friday, 5 May 2017

2 Poems by Saloni Kaul

SPARKLING BLUEBELLS

     And talking of the ever widening gap
Between the sheer numerical taut strength
Of the leaders highranked and the rank and file led,
The vast expanse of space and land for lonely leaders
And the cramped ground on which multitudes thrive,

For every one who’s born to lead head high
We’ve millions in line ready to tail.

You’d think there is a fanclub right at birth
Ready  installed  set.


SEASON CHANGE 

Lazy for ever so long ,
To threaded hints obtuse,

Steeped in slippery slush lubricities ,

Quite sudden like those unveilings
Of lookers-on glazed statues,

As all that well-stored produce,
Still camphorladen , unaired all,

Is obligingly without a murmur,
Put at once to use.


Bionote

Saloni Kaul, author and poet, was first published at the age of ten and has been in print since. As critic and columnist Saloni has enjoyed thirty eight years of being published. Saloni Kaul's first volume, a fifty poem collection was published in the USA in 2009. Subsequent volumes include Universal One and Essentials All. Most recent Saloni Kaul poetic production has been published in Poetry Quarterly, Eye On Life Magazine, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Horrorzine, Poetry And Paint Anthology, Misty Mountain Review, Inwood Indiana, Mad Swirl,  FIVE Poetry, The Voices Project, The Penwood Review, Mantid Magazine , Haikuniverse and Blue Pepper. Upcoming publication acceptances include Sentinel Quarterly (October 2016) , AJI Magazine (Autumn 2016), The Voices Project, The Penwood Review, River Poets Journal, Scarlet Leaf Review and Cabildo Quarterly.

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