Gliding on still waters, the dip of the oars push me forward into turtle’s murky sanctuary. Am I still in the water, or am I rowing out into the clouds…
A shardorma is a simple syllabic poetry form which consists of six lines following a syllable pattern of 3–5–3–3–5–7. The six lines can be a complete poem or they can be strung together as stanzas to form a long poem.
Sky’s looking-glass shifts
The oar dips
Turtles go splashing
A living dream on water