Dwitun Basumatary Poems
|3.||Minutes To Rainfall||1/27/2015|
|4.||Butterflies And Rogues||1/27/2015|
|8.||Recollections Of A Devil||1/29/2015|
|12.||Way Home On A Train||1/29/2015|
|14.||Darlene Comes In You||1/29/2015|
|16.||Laugh Of The She Professor||1/27/2015|
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Dripping with elegance of winter snow
In her disarranged mane in april cold
a lass hopped in last in a downhill cab
A promise of chornicle has been made.
For it is just a little after dawn
When devils rest after their last errands
It's now the sun rose; not at 5 O' Clock
For the sun not sickle reaps first the corn.
Once upon a century; easter eve
I deny the truth the dining wolf spake.
O that bygone fog drizzle was just once
left snowy tracks in my dreams many once.
Cigarette fog-wet between thy lipsticks
You were the faded sun above the ...
Butterflies And Rogues
The lonely winds hum down the hallways
Kissing the Ding-dong wall Clock
'Cock-a-diddle-dow' sang a cock sideways
To a waiter-boy 'up! its se7en O'clock! '
Before the sunlight does shines
Under the stars people dream of lions.
As treetop twigs in morning wind
Greets clouds piled forever up on peaks