A review for poetess Lily SWARN / Poem by George Onsy

Poem by George Onsy

 

A review for poetess Lily SWARN

When a woman
Holds the pen
She doesn’t write
She just draws
Voiced smiles
On the face of a moon
Serene and bright

When a woman
Holds the pen
She embraces the words
From the remote
Corners of the world
Into her warm bosom
To melt into sentences
Where meanings love to
Come into being an’ blossom

When a woman
Holds the pen
She would give that
Ancient forbidden fruit
Yet, not to curse
Out of a paradise
Lost, stolen, or sold
Rather, to open our eyes
To explore the hidden
Territories of beauty untold.
This is when
Lily SWARN
Holds the pen.

 


A review for Poetess Lily SWARN
© August 2017

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