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Pranab K. Chakraborty

Freshman - 2,214 Points (West Bengal)

No Hide I Bother When Play Begins


I have two wings to play flying
iinfinite universe the field of special game

no other objects and birds can imagine this game
two wings I got but one is sufficient to bring me out

hiding can't keep your solitude alone to refill with nectar
I can ransack all your esteemed height to reach
if I allow my play

holes and howling
hollow and hangings
defy or defence

all of no meaning intense my game penetrating
when and wherever the liking projects to be embarked

passion and creation the twos are free to make my journey avail
passion alone sometimes creation dominating
passionate craeation also their twinkling treachery
makes my direction undefined

two wings I possess unseen to play
universe indefinite and infinite!

Pranab k c
02/09/2014

Submitted: Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: poetry


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