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Editor's Note



Duo—a Poem
by Srini Mandavilli 

I wonder if there is another poem 
In between these lines & hidden,
Only discovered when emotions awaken
Like dormant grass.
What dwells in empty spaces around these letters?
Ignored fears or unsaid words.
Forgotten memories and residue of tears.
There are words I sequestered,
Some reappear like rambunctious children,
Words I use to create memories,
Some slip into the night,
Others wait to be salvaged,
Words waiting to be claimed,
Thoughts are so transient like cherry blossoms.

Srinivas Mandavilli is a pathologist at Hartford Hospital with an interest and expertise in diagnosis of gynecologic and brain tumors. He has had poems published in Caudceus, Long River Run, CT Medicine, Theodate and one accepted to be published in Freshwater. Another of his poems that will be published in CT River Review, was an honorable mention in 2013 CT poetry society competition. He has served as a judge for the past couple of years in the poetry competition organized by CT Young Writers Trust. He lives in West Simsbury with his wife, two daughters and black lab Sophie.

Copyright 2014, © Srinivas Mandavilli . This work is protected under the U.S. copyright laws. It may not be reproduced, reprinted, reused, or altered without the expressed written permission of the author.