Bijay Kant Dubey


American Love/ My American Theme, But I Not An American


The American love, the American heart,
The American song,
Sing I,
The song of America,
Full of beautiful Americanism and Americanness.

Come, let us at least, come, join me at least
With me in my imagery and scenic presentation
Far from,
I on this shore, you on that
And I getting the cable messages in my heart.

American love, American beauty, American heart,
American soul,
Sing I, dream I
Which but dream you not,
Which but dream I

And what if dream I, what if view from far,
An America seen from far,
Full of its own scenic and landscapic beauties,
Just a dreamer, a visionary
Go I dreaming,
Did I disturb You, sorry sir, sorry madam?

Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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