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Little Fingers

The pebbles tickled her tiny feet

As she raced across the sand to pick a shell

Soft waves rolled over one another

Foaming with bubbles of delight at the musical laughter

As she raced across the sand to pick a shell

The pearl’s broken home was no longer empty

Foaming with bubbles of delight at the musical laughter

The waves danced at her feet with growing reverence

The pearl’s broken home was no longer empty

When touched by fingers of magic that eased the pain

The waves danced at her feet with growing reverence

As the little girl rushed to save a baby crab

When touched by fingers of magic that eased the pain

Soft waves rolled over one another

As the little girl rushed to save a baby crab

The pebbles tickled her tiny feet

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  1. Loved it Srivalli. Babies and beaches is always a plus for me. What kind of poetry is this, faerie girl? The lines keep running into each other beautifully. I regret I have forgotten if it’s a specific style of poetry writing. Please reply when you have the time.

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Written by Srivalli Rekha

An MBA graduate, Srivalli Rekha also has an MA in English Literature. She loves to write, blog, cook, take pictures, draw and craft silly things. Nature is her greatest inspiration.
Her works have been a part of Sweek Flash Fiction Book 1 & 3, SweekStars 2018 Book, Tales From the Cliff, Tales From the Toybox, 72 Hours of Insanity: Anthology of the Games Volume IV, VI, & VII by Writer’s Workout, Hawk’s Nest by ArtoonsInn Room9 Publications, The Way We Were by Poetry Planet Publishing House, Arise from the Dust Anthology by Let’s Make Stories, Indian Summer in Verses by Plethora Blogazine and Writersgram, Route 13: Highway To Hell and Blood Runs Cold by The Hive. Violets in Hand and The House of Justice, her self-published ebooks are available on Amazon.
Her works will be part of Hawk’s Flight and Rewind Poetry Collection by ArtoonsInn Room9 Publications, The Women That I Am Anthology by RRxMM.

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