Ajit Das


Ajit Das Poems

81. Karna: The Quintessential Common Man 4/3/2016
82. Kunti: Her Other Face 4/5/2016
83. Abode Of God 4/10/2016
84. Vande Mataram 4/14/2016
85. The Grunt 4/21/2016
86. To A Neighbour 4/25/2016
87. A Commuter 4/29/2016
88. Rebuilding 5/16/2016
89. New Birth 5/24/2016
90. Incarnation 6/2/2016
91. Weird Future! 6/14/2016
92. Simulation 6/27/2016
93. Parijat 7/1/2016
94. Family Bliss 7/5/2016
95. Retirement 7/10/2016
96. Deshnayak 7/12/2016
97. Human Spirit 7/24/2016
98. New Robe 8/11/2016
99. Donated Heart 8/19/2016
100. Square 9/2/2016
101. Reservation 9/26/2016
102. Woman 10/2/2016
103. Identity Of The Dead 10/12/2016
104. The Quest (To A Friend) 10/21/2016
105. Funeral 10/28/2016
106. 'Maximo Lider' 12/2/2016
107. Iconic Revolutionary 12/2/2016
108. Wintry Tale 1/12/2017
109. Hope 1/24/2017
110. Silent Footfalls 2/20/2017
111. Success 3/13/2017
112. Facing A Storm 3/24/2017
113. Mud Day 3/26/2017
114. Goodbye! 4/10/2017
115. Manifestos 4/19/2017
116. Chasing Hope 5/10/2017
117. Hunger! 5/21/2017
118. Last Phase 6/2/2017
119. Bizarre English! 6/18/2017
120. Ode To Liu Xiaobo 7/17/2017
Best Poem of Ajit Das

Horizon

When the sky is azure blue,
the horizon draws a line
between heaven and earth.

On a misty day it gets blurred,
closing the distance, limiting
your vision: seen and unseen.

When clouds gather, erasing
the skyline, darkness descends,
enveloping the surroundings.

And, then, clouds disappear,
the dark lifts, mist clears,
the view is sunlit, unimpeded.

The curve of earth beckons.
You try to outstrip; it recedes,
alluring yet with new horizons.

Read the full of Horizon

Ode To Liu Xiaobo

An empty chair!
His presence was denied
to receive the award;
the message of peace forbidden
as a brand of the West.

The dragon raised the wall,
spewing yellow fire,
stifling the voice of dissent

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