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Warren Falcon

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Upon Reading Naseer Ahmed Nasir's 'Don't Ever Come, O December'


'Deserts unnumbered have expanded in me.' - Naseer Ahmed Nasir'


A slight sigh moves sand
though a complete desert
may not notice being fluid
as a river yet static as the
Milky Way where your words pray,

'Fill distance with light. Make me limitless..'

Deserts, limitless, too, each grain a star,
each-as-One, refer to Referring Fire.

We must quarrel with December,
enumerate our grievances to angels
of every month,

'Who will knit dreamlike sweaters?
Who will pick snowflakes falling in the soul? '

To see and experience all or each
from Light's perspective,
particle and wave -

All graves shall then be opened.

Submitted: Saturday, January 09, 2010
Edited: Saturday, April 20, 2013

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  • Rookie Taylor Dubay (11/24/2010 3:31:00 PM)

    : D wow! this was the coolest poem ever! when i was reading it was like a a movie was going on in my head (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 2,214 Points Pranab K Chakraborty (7/24/2010 12:38:00 AM)

    'being fluid as a river yet static as / the Milky Way where your words pray,

    Here poet also have arranged the whole within a limit. Perhaps this is the reason we come to poetry to touch a big one between the lines of a poem where resides the fluid force of life in the solid state of words. From the beginning line of this writing a slight sigh moves sand....captures the readers attention. So skillfully the liking have been expressed, only possible by another poet whose height is also to keep the shadow long....long......

    Now this reader would have also to quote from this writing:

    Oh, to see and experience all or each
    from Light's perspective,
    particle and wave -

    All graves shall then be opened!

    ..............

    Regards,
    10+++
    pranab k chakraborty (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Anushmadhu P.bharathi (1/9/2010 3:14:00 AM)

    A slight sigh moves sand
    though a complete desert
    (odd thought, is a desert ever complete? a moment ever whole?)
    may not seem to notice, being fluid as a river yet static as
    the Milky Way where your words pray,


    good one
    anushamdhu (Report) Reply

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