Tapan Brahma


Address


Address means location
Address means disambiguation
Address means residence
Address is a means of access

Address of books knows the library
Small to large, Science to Arts
All it holds in its belly

Address of rivers knows the sea
Allows all to come into it
Whether clean or dirty be

Address of smiles know the lips
Attracts attention, gives pleasure
Win minds and relax stressed feels

Address of the morning knows the rising sun
Birds chirp, all get up from sleep
get ready for work, walk and run

Address of the full moon
Knows the village road, the sea shore, the river bank
The mustard field and the children making fun

Address of beauty know the eyes
Differs in the way we look
only in the eyes it lies

Address of fragrance know the nostrils
Good or bad says the nose
Less we are acquainted worse it smells

Submitted: Monday, May 30, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: lifestyle


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