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'Did I Ever Exist? '
I am not sure I ever lived, except in this imagined space,
This concoction of words that perhaps make a little sense
To a kindly heart like yours.
A Day Is Long Enough To Ruminate
A day is long enough to make
Some room for rumination,
Even when waiting in a queue
To join the right queue or browse
Order Out Of Chaos
Panting up the slopes
With the wind brewing in the trees,
And the mountain line like a row
Of aged teeth decaying,
A Song Of Waiting
I rose at six O'clock
And hastened to Chepauk
To wait and see a Test Match, but rain began to fall.
I tried to hasten back;
The Philosopher
Others may hack and saw,
He troubled the root
The Sky Is Not The Limit
Blue Little Marble
In that blue little marble
My son saw swirls
Of stars.
Clerihew For Me And You
A schoolboy called Edmund Clerihew
Bentley, as known to a very few
Lovers of English, began a century ago the fad of biography
In four lines and two rhymes, a sort of verse photography.
Time Sense And The Present Tense
Awake, I found my watch and strapped it on
My wrist. Though dark it was, I saw some light
Come seeping through the fissures of the night.
Thus reassured, I guessed it was ‘Today’,
Small Poems And Echoes
A poet among us,
Moved by the sunset,
Sees in his fancy

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