Prisms and Prayer-mats by Aaishah

Aaishah | Apr 20th, 2019 | poetry | No Comments


As permafrost accumulates
Below a skin
By the callous
Of the world

As it pokes
Media disseminated
Icicles of gravel to heart
And a desolate despondency
Stands hairs on end

Let me find You, Lord
In prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance
As a prism:
Parallelogram- standing
Triangular- bowing
Pentagonal in prostration
On intricately patterned prayer mats

Transforming the bleak
As Your Warmth beams through me
And gratitude is gently resurrected
In vivid shades
Of Your Abundance

Poet Bio

Aaishah Mayet was born and bred in the City of Gold, Johannesburg, South Africa. She currently works in the Healthcare sector which, for her, has bridged the frontiers of our shared human experience. As a self-confessed bibliophile of many years, literature remains, at once, her teacher and her sanctuary. Her works include Haiku published in the Lotosblute, as well as poetry published online on Poetry Potion, Active Muse and Amaliah.

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