CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

Rookie - 0 Points (14th January 1962 / Balarampur Village in the District of Purulia in West Bengal.)

Sunburst - Poem by CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

Seducing the wet grasses of the garden
and caressing the very darkness
the sun is preading slowly

Through the silent chin of marble statue
sundrops are sweating

Running through the lawn of tiny rocks the desperate sun is ringing
the door-bells of upstairs
Get Up O dear Get up and see
saying this throwing multicolored perfumed
letters of cocktails over
the smashed nighty and gloomy night dresses

Sun got no leisure
the busy sun is jumping from the
voracious sunset

Crossing the overbridge
like a yellow reptile
it is zigzagging on the village roads

Napping a bit on the clean floor
proceeding over the cowdunged walls
in the seduction of togetherness

Crossing the informal gate easilyh
the sun is entering into the huts
on the humid floor and damaged walls
waiving its brave hands
presenting sunny toffee and biscuits
in the hands of naked kids

Thus sun is spreading
the revolter sun is thus scattering
even in the deepest hidden place

See sun is thus blooming and
in the bright sunlight
the teeth of that farmer's wife are shining


Comments about Sunburst by CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

  • Rookie Robert Rorabeck (11/20/2004 5:14:00 AM)

    this poem is amazing- i think most of your poems are- if you arent, you should be published (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 20, 2004



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