Bijay Kant Dubey


Fettered Birds By Bijay Kant Dubey


Human heart full of feeling and emotion
Is the source of his inspiration,
Beauty is truth, truth beauty
And the poet as a lover of beauty,
Searching truth
And truth goodness.

Fettered Birds which appeared from
Prakash Book Depot, Bareilly
In 2002
Is one such from Rizvi,
A poet
Romantic and colourful and dreamy.

The poet means to say,
Keep you not the birds fettered,
Let them sing,
Fly and hop freely,
Catch and chain them not,
Let them.

Fettered Birds, Transmission, Hecatombs,
Unheard messages, Solace, The Emerald Lake,
Responsibility, Peace, Love Me As A Woman,
Voice, At Howrah Railway Station,
Women Pray For Rain, Last Nail,
Life Still Hangs On, etc. the poems.

A free and uninhibited romantic,
He floats and flows on
Into the currents of time,
Even frolicking by,
Loitering around,
A lover of man, birds and beasts,
Hills, trees, valleys and rivers,
Nature in full flowing.

A romantic poet, he is dreamy and thoughtful,
So much imaginative and fanciful,
Free and floating
And ruminating,
Thoughtful and free
And simply expressive enough.

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: art

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