Sanjeev Kumar

Rookie (Jamshedpur, India)

Spacetime Odyssey


An Odyssey through the,
Time of thousands days,
And Space thousands miles.

Here I stand again,
At a place that is,
In total looks mine.

The dreams of Stars,
Comets and the Suns.
The stories of Aliens,
And Spirits that were;

I do not know,
Whether friends or fiends,
But more to myself,
Than to themselves they.

I stand again aloof,
Like more a visitor.
With a visit that,
Grips a hold on,
A grim that hope,
Lies ahead of a,
Better life and love.

Copyright © 2012 Sanjeev Kumar

Submitted: Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 07, 2012
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There's something, somewhere that belongs to me.

Comments about this poem (Spacetime Odyssey by Sanjeev Kumar )

  • Rookie - 175 Points Vizard Dhawan (11/23/2012 9:33:00 PM)

    something is waiting for u..somewhere..go and catch that..
    liked thid line very much

    The dreams of Stars,
    Comets and the Suns.
    The stories of Aliens,
    And Spirits that were; (Report) Reply

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