Kishan Chauhan


Kishan Chauhan Poems

1. The Oblivion Of Fear 1/11/2015
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The Oblivion Of Fear

This defile, sharply axed but
roughly matted, unlike a valley

Hit my toenail with stone blisters, often
When my satchel bruised my shoulder
And I hated drudging like a slave,
a slave battered with fear

This defile, where I scrambled
through, clasped two territories,

although rough and rumple,

territories where I just saw
two mountains, glaring each other
both lofty, steepish,
splashily painted with ice
fighting for height
and roaring with wind,
that defeated my woolens
and frightened my soul

This defile, as crescent as...

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