PARTHA SARATHI PAUL (29-06-1976 / Guskara-Burdwan)
A Poetical Scenery
So lovely is the view!
May come as match very few!
Now long put out into pink;
Look, how the sun will idly blink!
Calmly perched on the farthest bank
His mellow beam ﬁlls every blank.
The gloaming halo hails the sight,
Never with its too dazzling light!
The wind caressed ripples do giggle,
Many watery folds briskly wriggle!
The lush green freely sprawls around
A few mud-huts lie on the bushy ground.
Kingly crowned with gi1t—hay roof
Openings remain so widely open
As if blessed with peril proof!
The ﬂowers and the plants; yellow, green
Fence the yards with gorgeous sheen!
Twin palms stand there afar
So wonder-struck that blankly stare!
Above a ﬂight their spread out wings
Glide on and spot the things.
Green clad the side slopes
Blushed lake ever gropes!
Over there a slender tree
Marks atop the leafy crest;
Fly above two clusters free
Under it now stall the rest!
A man, woman with their child
A bullock-cart the harvest piled
And two meek goats our eyes ﬁnd.
Their homeward move will never end
Nisi straightens a river-bend!
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