Treasure Island

anupam mukhopadhyay

(17.2.1979 / ghatal, india)

Velvet


there the girl sleeps her midnight main
some keep before I
divide it no other way
of mine - - - justified - - - through a
never ending shop

shop called velvet
opposing speeches abroad

the day told me how a moon took place
and led all resurrections away

teen stones began to toll
as if some feel a funeral dated

there the girl - - - selects her own bed to sleep

selected society
untouched shoes

velvet beyond a date

Submitted: Monday, September 22, 2008
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