Jay P Narain

Rookie (Jan.1945 / Bihar, India)

Kori Kavita (Hindi)


ek kavita likhne baitha hoon,
jo aah pahle kavita ki ladi hoti thi,
woh dil me itni gahari ho gayi hai,
ki ab labon aur kalam pe aati hi nahi.
meri kavita ki kagaz kori hi rah gayi.

kabhi kavita me premika ki mushkan nazar aati thi,
kabhi gulabi hothon me unki nazakat dikhti thi,
ab premika ke sang gulab ki gulshan bhi chali gayi,
meri yeh prem ki kavita phir kori hi rah gayi.

socha kyon na ek khusion se bhari kavita likhen,
Khusion ke umang se chaman me hariyali bhar den,
per khusion me itne mast hue, ki saare nagme bhool gaye,
meri kavita ki kagaz yon kori hi rah gayi.

kaise kavita likhe, jab dil jale ki aag me koi chingari hi nahi,
kaise dil ki awaz ko nagmo me likhen, jab un nagmo ko koi sunne wali hi nahi,
Kaise dil ki dastan ko syahi se likhen, jab toote hue dil me koi arman hi nahi,
kaise dimag ki rachna ko panno pe likhen, jab woh koi kavita hoti hi nahi.
meri kavita ki kagaz yon kori hi rah gayi.

Submitted: Saturday, December 13, 2008

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