Anu Lal

Woman - Poem by Anu Lal

My long sari,
An overlapping image with my body,
Floats in front of your eyes,
In a luring sensation above and below nakedness,
As if I belong to the world of mathematics,
Always shown for something else.
Suppose X is Y and A is B,
I am a woman and my soul is free.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 26, 2012

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