No.1 in E Major

Love's whisper cradles the dawn and stars glitter the canvas of a new tomorrow.
Blue notes sail across the ocean and leave behind tears of pain and sorrow
The blush of Summer dapples her eye ,
While Picasso's warmth paints the sky,
Flames of pink and gold and grey streak the horizon as dusk turns to day .
The sonnet of love locked in her soul more potent than poison more precious than gold .
The songbird of youth carries her dreams through sun and rain and Autumn's leaves
And when the thread of night appears ,
His lullaby holds her near
But then the ambush of silver lies
Cupid's arrow now bastardised !
Wisdom truth and all earth's blame
Stamp her cheek with crimson shame
Like roses that have lost their bloom
Love is always gone too soon.

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Saira is an emerging fiction writer poet and social commentator. Saira has developed a pioneering literary style she calls sonic-scatter-script where she uses lyrical beats, art, colour nature, street slang and references to contemporary culture to describe characters and plot action. Saira is moved by art, music, nature, rebellion and social injustice. Her stories are distinguished by surreal plot lines, with social undercurrents and memorable characters. She uses the rhythm of life to create melodies in her work. Books : SLIDE, CRACK APPLE AND POP! She is currently working on her next novel and has completed her first collection of poetry FAST FOOD AND GIN ON THE LAWN.

Last updated July 03, 2015