Poem by Sana Rose

"Gazebo on the Muddy River" © Edward S. Gault

 

At Home

At home,
The creases straighten,
The lines drawn taut
Snap with a rustle
Of forgotten pages…

At home,
I breathe the fresh shower,
Bathe in oils of memories
That leave trails
Wherever I walk…

At home,
You haunt my thoughts,
Every pause your smile,
Your eyes follow me
Into bed…

At home,
Time turns and runs back,
Pushing me into reveries
Of all that was never –
I’m left sighing…

 

"Gazebo on the Muddy River" © Edward S. Gault
“Gazebo on the Muddy River” © Edward S. Gault

 


Sana Rose
has been writing poems long before deciding to be a Homoeopathic physician. Her debut poetry collection ‘The Torrent from My Soul: Poems of A Born Dreamer’ was published in 2011. She hails from a conservative family background in Kerala, India. Currently, she is editing her first novel and working on a second fiction book amidst writing poetry, practicing Homoeopathy and motherhood.

Edward S. Gault is a poet and fine art photographer. He lives at Mosaic Commons, a co-housing community in Berlin, Ma. He has a wife Karen, and daughter.