Ujjol Kamal

Rookie (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Blue Bird Poem by Ujjol Kamal

Night after night the blue bird cries
Feeling lonely
Feeling lovelorn
Born to die
Die to come alive
Blue bird, blue bird cries
What grief
What guise the blue bird cries
Nobody knows
The darkness descend upon humankind
Man and woman get busy
Some make love
Some make baby
While some experiment like bees and dragonflies
I flee nowhere
I fly nowhere
Because I know
To be hidden is to be blamed
The comedy of frivolity flows further than foam
The blue bird cries
The blue bird dies
Above the blue sky
Below the blue fine
Memory marigold
Remembrance myriad fold
Things untouched
Are things to be prized
Accidents, surprises
Solemn, sublime
Sahara so dry
Watery wet isles
Your eyes lock into my eyes
While your orgasmic locks lock my paradise
You are the Heaven
You are the Hell
I in you all religious, all light
None are true
None matter not-
Only the blue bird cries
Unicorn unbound
Phoebus runs wild
Phoenix penetrates bleeding her chaste thighs
You a new woman
I'm thy murderer! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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