PARTHA SARATHI PAUL
a desire of any poet.
no desire for hereafter peace
ever bothers me the least.
materialistic and pragmatic desires
vernal lustful carnal desires
are ever naughty and restless
like road-side pranksters and urchins.
as I take my ego for my soul
never believe in invisible immortality.
no never any desire for celestial attainment.
crave for my poems to survive
my death into many next eras and epochs.
yearn for my poems having a successful access
to multitude hearts as ever useful treasure.
daily wishes and dreams intensify my desire
for awards as token of very worthy recognition.
the domineering desire is to die the death
of a poet with all great love and earnest regards.
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