Sense of Spring | Yuu Ikeda

A blanket of the sun

runs around in me,

like a glass of whiskey does

Transitory warmth

makes me insensible

Hovering wind

turns pages of winter

Then,

I’m led to spring


Yuu Ikeda is a Japan based poet.
She writes poetry on her website.
Her published poems are
“Sinful Silhouette” in <Rigorous>,
“Broken Pieces of the Truth” in <Briefly Zine>,
“A Flickering Light” in <Kalonopia>,
and more.

Selected by the editor as a featured submission, August 2021


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