One More Anniversary - Poem by Satish Verma
The dust blends with
the humid specks.
Smoke twirls. Hangs for a
while, and then departs.
Something was burning far away.
Inside me also. To ashes.
I release the crematory.
It was over.
I will scatter the years,
spent with you. On a sand bar.
Where we stood when tide was
low. Now it is overwhelmed,
the bank. The seagulls don't
leave ther engraved, gender signs.
Comments about One More Anniversary by Satish Verma
Read this poem in other languages
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.