Ray Subrata Ray (27.01.1959 / Nator Bengladesh)
A phantom Fancy
Amidst the lonely beauty who is this bare footed girl,
An image of something special, a beauteous pearl.
The fingers two, signal above God, and a ship
The light with which she is born, she must its tenor keep.
In an airy horse. she visits my land,
While the body passes away, on the soul she stands.
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