Dr subhendu kar

Rookie - 166 Points (Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India)

AS I SEE YOU PAINFUL


Painful tears flowed from her eyes
As subdued by the silence silhouetted
And calmness overcame me saddened
When snow flakes of fear passed through
right across the veil from her eyes.

when whispering me the truth looking to me
to my blank verseas befuddled bythe tears
and your smile frozen by the fears of forest
as I am stunned in stillness yet bewailing.

when she leaves me lonely like a bird
out of its nest in delusion bereft of muse
I seemed to be spouted from her edge

and I bounce upon thegrimacing clouds waking
to rain to get back my love slogged wallowing
yet on the wane as frozen by black clay
when embracing the peers seemingly ruined.

as worm of doubts gnawing with tears
leaving me with the blank verse shadowed
by the darkness blanketed over my resonance
But I await the light to be shined as i was
by the golden tears that once shackled by the fears

Submitted: Sunday, October 07, 2007
Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011

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