Shouvik Roy

Rookie - 3 Points (26th january 1992 / Kolkata)

By The Rocky Bay


Last night, I was sitting by the rocky bay
Alone below the torching clouds,
Alone but had loads to say,
The tales of tomorrow,
The thoughts of today,
But as the sea kissed the bay,
My heart would sway,
From the calm sea to
The old calmer days,
A calmer mind, a calmer heart,
When nothing had fallen apart,
So today when I think of the rocky bay,
All I could see, in a vague imagery,
I am just a small fish in this grand sea.

Last night, I was sitting by the rocky bay
Alone below the torching clouds,
Alone but had loads to say,
The tales of tomorrow,
The thoughts of today,
But as the sea kissed the bay,
My heart would sway,
From the calm sea to
The old calmer days,
A calmer mind, a calmer heart,
When nothing had fallen apart,
So today when I think of the rocky bay,
All I could see, in a vague imagery,
I am just a small fish in this grand sea.

Submitted: Friday, October 05, 2012
Edited: Friday, October 05, 2012

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