Poems & Essays

23 Feb

Love Amnesia

General/Column 4 Responses


For Omie

When your arms fit in my palm

Your eyes are filled to the brim

With my dreams

Nothing is wrong with the world

When your smile paints everything yellow

Like the sun

Your soft yawn gives me amnesia

and heals the cracks in my soul

Like the dew

I am drenched in bliss

Today, nothing is wrong with the world


Anuja Ghimire is a native of Kathmandu, Nepal. She received her MA in literary studies from UT Dallas and edited for UT Dallas journal Sojourn. She has read poetry for Love Supreme, Word Space. She was featured as a poet/collaborator for Graduate-level-graffiti in Austin, 2008 and was a featured poet in the Austin International Poetry Festival in 2009. Her poetry is published in Red River Review, Words Like Rain, Glass, Clay, Ishaan Literary Review, The Rainbow Journal, La.Lit Literary Magazine, Stone Path Review, the MOON Magazine, Right Hand Pointing, and Constellations. Some of her published writing can be found in http://saffronandsymmetry.tumblr.com

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  1. Ami

    February 23, 2015 at 8:15 pm

    Its lovely, please keep posting .

  2. Sanju

    February 23, 2015 at 10:24 pm

    Its really good.

  3. Sadikshya Stach

    February 26, 2015 at 9:12 pm

    Very soothing just like a mother’s love.

  4. Aarati

    March 4, 2015 at 4:24 pm

    Beautiful read. Keep writing !


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