Treasure Island

Insha Muzafar

(19 June 1990 / Sopore)

Fallacies


we merely count survivors; swallow nests in abandoned houses while the dead sit naked on our doorsteps eating crumbs of eclipsed suns that we too shall pass through the eyeless fog of cedars remains to be seen for the forest floors gather the needles of forgotten seasons nothing really fractures the opacity of darkness only the pain of midnight tears makes lanterns of distant starlight

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

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