Pranab K. Chakraborty

(West Bengal)

Untold Dark To Conceive Light


very close to death
the man who waits for dawn

ringing the bell midnight burns
who knows how far the daybreak

perplexed the clock
would it run with habit
which deserves to be dictator

death dawn time
three limits unlimited
waiting and beyond

wisdom simply the confusion
someone rules by catching low merit
someone bowing obedience
the circus unlimited

man nearing to death
dawn waiting to touch the feet
and poet observes silently

can't speak
can't communicate
simply writes
some senseless words
wish to feed it up by senses

Pranab k c
Edited on 13/10/2012

Submitted: Saturday, October 13, 2012
Edited: Saturday, October 13, 2012

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