M.D Dinesh Nair
Let This Winter Leave Us First - Poem by M.D Dinesh Nair
Let the frozen winter leaves fall one by one
Green leaves, they may lie buried through our eyes
As the trees started weeping last night itself
And their knees too were sobbing
Let misty sky fade out for now
And slide across the forehead of horizon
For the last night on the floor we saw its sign
The west and the east are shaking with cold.
Wingless are our birds perhaps flying
Although we have left a little snowy sky for them
Then at dawn on the top of horizon
You need not search for howling nightingales.
Leave your grass and leave your fruits, dear mist
Get ready for death during our bright days ahead
Search for none of migrating storks later
Even wild boars may lie safe afterwards, you know
Oh, dear smoke arise out of a fire you like
For aiding the crying sun who has gone in hide
In front of our dying today we know it for certain
You have to queue up for buying the tomorrow`s bright shades!
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