GOBINDA SAHOO Poems
|41.||The Mortgaged Man||10/14/2016|
|42.||The Man On The Outskirts||10/14/2016|
|43.||An Eternal Journey||10/2/2015|
|46.||Hangover Of Love||11/1/2015|
|50.||An Evening On Roadside||10/2/2015|
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An Evening On Roadside
The sun voyages on day’s last tour
Delves to relax
To make some rest and rest awake
The boatmen like a defeated soldier
Sails tireless though
Humming a song blissful however
Seems despondent and dejected
A thin line of smile fixed in face
Trapped are the limbs
By bulky exertion
Though caged in melancholy.
The cat moves hither and thither
Staring at her fisherman master’s face
Expecting to fill her empty stomach
With gills and fins fresh.
The lady at home
Prepares weapons, salt and spices
For a storage long
With broad and wide smile ...
Always be a blossom with fragrance-hue
Shaking thee in half a quake, from tip to toe,
Thy will be touched by a drop of soft dew
For continuity of nexus is our vow.
The blue-moon time that opens thine petal-lips-fresh
Can freeze the ocean; make the rock melt in joy-
Only a pace in Odyssey, an ingress
A perfect quintessence of life coy.