Bijay Kant Dubey
Who's The Girl Singing A Song? - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey
Who's the girl singing a song
And the wind carrying the sweetness of the golden voice,
Whistling and humming,
Singing very nasally,
Very lovely in tuning?
The girl I cannot see, but the song I can hear
Carried by the wind,
Cold, snowy and misty,
Just the loveful heart I can feel it.
The girl in the dark singing a song so sweet in her tone,
So golden in her voice,
An English lilting beautifully,
What to call her, that unnamed girl?
I know her not, just can feel her voice by being at the crossroad
Of life from where I have to go away,
Farther and farther away from,
The shores unimaginable,
Just hearing the songs of humanity resounding as love songs.
I want to go, cross over the seas and want to ask her,
Her name, identity and whereabouts,
But the distance so far and farther away,
Just reverberates the song sung by her,
Striking the heart so miserably.
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