The first thing you can’t help but notice is her beautiful smile; not to be outdone by her warmth and kindness! As someone new to Authenticitee Speaks, I haven’t had the privilege of knowing Surabhi as long as the other poets. Surabhi introduced herself during the Open Call for the #WriterCrushWednesday series; and I’m so glad she did! She expressed interest in sharing her voice as a poet and an artist and I became an instant fan!
One of my favorite pieces is the very first piece she shared with me:
In her own words…
My name is Surabhi Singhi. I reside in India. I experiment (with) art, poetry, designing and anything that appeals to my curious soul. I am a big believer in miracles, stardust (magic dust) and fairy tales.
My secret power is – Healing through love. My elixir for life is spilling my thoughts and words to paper.
Title: Summer Long Ago
Numbness held my hand, summer long ago
It echoed, within my empty soul.
To nothingness it turned.
They came in pairs and groups,
They knocked at the door,
They left from within my empty soul.
Where do I go for inspiration
Where do I look
Its all around me
Its below and above me
It stares right back at me
It is everywhere
Its just good or bad
But designs are everywhere
To inspire, to touch and leave us moved
It’s omnipresent like nature.
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