Rainbow Nation by Zahra Kucuk

Zahra Kucuk | April 23rd, 2024 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

Spectral colour dances and shifts
scattered by a CD hung on a yellowwood tree
a fractal rainbow diffracted through
a pinpoint hole
refracted until it bends just right
to converge on the water’s surface
and penetrate into the blue
reflected back into the world
flinging light in all directions
hoping the rays will reach home

Poet Bio

Zahra Kucuk is a South African student studying at the University of Pennsylvania. Zahra is interested in further exploring poetry as an art form and is deeply passionate about writing, remembering, and memorialising.

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