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About the Poet:

Arushi Singh is studying literature at Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. She is from Delhi and had been experimenting in freestyle poetry for years. A classical and ancient history enthusiast, her poetry is influenced by the poets like Tennyson, Browning, Ginsberg, Milton and others. She has developed a writing style of her own (taking things from others and making an amalgam of that).



And the sound

Of that devilish grin

Just slipped through

This paper thin skin

So scream my darling

come drown the demons within




Midnight blues


Would you forgive me

If I returned

With marks on my arms

And a


breath in my



And so

They watched as we locked

Our hearts in cages

And set our lungs on fire

So dance naked on the street

Watch the cry

Try to drown your light


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