The American poetess Rashi Sanghavi send us the poem, that she is most proud of. This is the poem Foreign, about how people close to one can become strangers over a period of time. She wrote this poem in 2016.
Rashi lives in New Jersey and writes poetry since 2015. She decided to start writing because she felt the need to express herself in another way. She found that writing poetry wasn’t the easiest choice to make. Still, she considers this to be her best decision ever. Based on the poetry, that she combines with her other creative outings, she shows that she is a poetess by heart.
Hopefully, she will be publishing her first book – a collection of her poems – that will be released next year. We can’t wait to read and review this upcoming book of her!
When asked about her inspirations, she gave us the following answer:
“The biggest inspiration in all my time writing has indubitably been life and its unpredictable nature. My motto is if it’s meant to happen, it will happen.”
About the poem
The poem Foreign is a poem that sums up her thoughts on a changed relationship, with those she considered to be close to her at one moment. Her poem dates back to May 2016.
“Some of the closest people to me had become strangers. A much as the both of us knew each other, we wouldn’t acknowledge the other one the same way. This was heart-breaking for me.”
This poem is one of the fine examples of well-written poetry. Very subtitle, fragile, but straight from the heart. This poetess should not have to worry about her writing skills.
My heart speaks a language
that you need not understand
if you are going to leave anyway<
Is the friendship you experience the same as Rashi did? And were you able to transform these words into poetry? This can be both written poetry or poetry in audio and video. We are always interested in reading poems such as these. We can promote these poems on our website and the social media profiles we use. Use the submission form on our website or contact us through social media, in order to get your work published!