Neel Nirzon

Rookie (Kolkata)

The Road Ahead.


Within her eyes under the glances
All the latitudes and the
longituds circle around my
doubts and hopes.
The road ahead is bumpy as per the rules of Troy.
Not all sunbeam illustrate our glories.
Not all full-moons illuminate our pains.
Yet one or two strokes of your brush can stretch
your doubts.....
Can make me venerable beyond your clutchs of
whims...
The! road ahead is bumpy still....as long as we face
each others from back.
With the murky mind and dubious aim......
The road ahead is still more and more bumpy when
we start believing our mutual lies...
According to the books of love.....
Sitting above our midnight necessity.......
The road ahead is still more and more bumpy in our
embrace......
When evey body believes our intercourse.......
Every time we return from each others exile

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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