Treasure Island

Sanjeev Kumar

(Jamshedpur, India)

The Alternate Planes


Yes, we're are probably on,
Two different planes,
But the dimension is not alternate,
With the changing spacetime,
The loops will curve back,
And the multi-dimensions merge,
Yes, the human life matters,
So as to you as it is to me,
And to the others with us,
Like the floaters in the eternal,
And more invisible space,
They have mattered since antiquity,
And they will matter till eternity,
What if the life in this mind,
Was made up for you?
What if the sight wished to,
See you once and for all?
What if the breaths wanted,
To take those in and outs for you?
Sometimes the reasons are seasoned,
For the convergence and the divergence,
But the lives in consideration,
Remains the same wishes the two,
Agreed to put each other,
In the universal consideration set.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 09, 2013

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