I wish I was a bio-luminescent creature of the deep.
Welded to lightning, conversing in sparkle.
Noxious in the dark.
Optic nerves splattering like fireflies.
This weakening broth of fire and flame.
Cavorting in an indigo sea.
These astral jellyfish glutenous from their latest neon feast.
Flippantly playful is the octopus.
Corpses of the sea.
Contemporary glamour of the synthesizing colours.
Craters of watery moon beams.
Fermenting are these sea soaked elementals.
Water gods disfiguring their oceans.
These deranged, sparkling fish with their minuet brains- melancholically wired.
See their despondent jellied eyeballs and droopy mouths.
A congregation of twinkling fish scales.
Like dress code diamonds.
Embryonic and heavenly, these fish bones.
These dreamy textures and mermaids meandering.
Prismatic light in the howling water.
I wish to be a bio-luminescent creature of the deep.
The embittered old whales.
Sonic flash lights, sonic clicks of porpoises.
Narrow beams and bio sonar.
This whale song.
Marine life habituated to incandescence, pale blue and crystallized.
Sunita Thind has always been passionate about her writing and now she has the time to concentrate on it fully. She has dabbled in many things including being a model, primary and secondary school teacher and trained as a make up artist. Make up, poetry and animals are her passion. She has recently suffered from Ovarian Cancer and is grateful she has survived it but she is not in remission yet. All these experiences have coloured her as a person and enriched the poetry she writes. She loves to sing and takes singing lessons and has a beautiful, male Samoyed puppy named Ghost.