keshav chauhan

Rookie (25/11/1991 / india)

Dying Sun - Poem by keshav chauhan

I saw a light, and a green
Can’t compare, what this mean

A tree with no leaves
Man sitting may be thief

I felt dark, I felt warm
In a place I know about

I saw an ant and a spider
Lying on grass for the feel of peace

Sitting there instead but
Indeed need of some keys

Music around in the air
Dream I saw breathing there

I felt light, I felt green
Without anything has no mean

Bud to flower, flower to fruit
Left a seed, else consumed

Thinking stops end of universe
What’s universe is infinity

Is it dark, is it green
Have no comparison, but I feel

Lying on grass in search of peace
Sitting instead for some keys

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i came to this poem when sun was going to set and i feel it for a half an hour

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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