Treasure Island

Sudhakar Kulkarni


Baggage


Unending wrapped road....
trapped in darkness...
fragile wrinkles on face...
and creased lines...
i wander unassuming....
silent simmering snowfall...
shrouding mountain...
trickling poem....
escaping from heart...
words are frozen...
frozen in darkness...
all the longings...
feeling cold in soul....
leafless trees...
punctured winds...
iam walking...
walking on your memories...
Taking pyre in hand....
igniting mind...igniting soul...
Either snowfall should stop....
or i will put fire on this cold winter...
Time has come to...
remove the skeletons...
skeletons from cupboards of mind....
how much baggage...
i should carry, ....?

Submitted: Monday, April 21, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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