Lingering salt in claustrophobic sea
scream breaks through the paint brushes
of piano swallowing an oval cake
fingerprints imitating a pariah ship
bruises, scratches, cuts-
wearing a red skirt in a museum
hanging at the watertight compartment
the scream in a frame.
in an extrovert honey
her passionate lips
like the cappadocia balloons-
primrose, pastel pink.
Peeling off the overcoat
cut up into dices
sieving it by a cinnamon
and furbishing with mint
toasting the tea and
pray and sink.
(Monobina Nath is a poetess, who writes about maidenhood, women's rights, psychology, mythology and history. She has a keen interest in different cultures and their cuisines. She recently launched her YouTube channel (Monobina Nath) and has a strong passion for both photography and painting. Her instragram id - @monobinanath)