Treasure Island

Bijay Kant Dubey

The Whiff By Kedarnath Sharma

The Whiff by Kedarnath Sharma is a miscellany
Brought out in 1991
From Wisdom Books, Dharamshala,
The second poetic venture of the poet.

The poem being The Lightning God
Is a tribute to Bijlia Mahadev
In Kulu,
At The Rohtang Pass
Telling of the world's highest road
Passing through the snow lines
Or walls of snow.

The beauty and mystery of the Kangra hills,
At the Neugal in Palampur
Seeing the green hills,
Dharamshala lying
I between the mountains,
Tell of the wild variety and mountainous greenery
Of Himachal.

The Whiff contains in the poems of different sorts,
Romantic to metaphysical to political poems,
Replete with natural beauty and mystery,
Human destiny and fatalism,
The predicament concerned,
Love, affection and sweet memory.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 24, 2014

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