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#thesideshow September 9th Thesaurus by Shloka Shankar

      A wreath of words

left at my doorstep

 

            carefully constructed,

etymologically accurate,

 

        curiously indecipherable,

asemic in its essence;

           

erudite with concentric circles

                              of meaning,

 

a preponderance

              beyond my grasp

 

     that like a sting

sets my mind aflame:

 

formless holograms leave me

                 dreaming in decasyllables.


Shloka Shankar is a freelance writer from India. She loves experimenting with all forms of the written word and has found her niche in Japanese short-forms and found poetry. Some of her poems have recently appeared in Eunoia Review, Infinity’s Kitchen, The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society, Work to a Calm, Oddball Magazine, ATOMIC Poetry Journal, and The Other Bunny. She is also the founding editor of the literary & arts journal, Sonic Boom.