Mohan Rana

(1964 / Dehli / India)

Mohan Rana Poems

1. Pankaua 7/6/2012
2. Probashi 7/6/2012
3. Atmakaloho 7/6/2012
4. Giragi?A 7/6/2012
5. Kapron Se Bahar 7/6/2012
6. Namaste 7/6/2012
7. Ek Kavita Phir Se 7/6/2012
8. Tumhara Kavi Koi Nam Na Tha 7/6/2012
9. The Passageway 7/6/2012
10. Maya 7/6/2012
11. Vilap 7/6/2012
12. Shaval 7/6/2012
13. Dhumketu 7/6/2012
14. Hindi 7/6/2012
15. Ata Hua Atit 7/6/2012
16. A Patch 7/6/2012
17. Two Feet Of Land 7/6/2012
18. Another Word For It 7/6/2012
19. The Morning Post 7/6/2012
20. The Photograph 7/6/2012
21. The Poet's Fate 7/6/2012
22. The Washerman 7/6/2012
23. Not What The Words... 7/6/2012
24. Did You Hear It Too? 7/6/2012
25. Bharam Anek 7/6/2012
26. The Evening News And The Roof Of The World 7/6/2012
27. The Cormorant 7/6/2012
28. A Standard Shirt 7/6/2012
29. After Midnight 7/6/2012
30. To The Lost Children 7/6/2012
31. The Blue-Eyed Blackbird 7/6/2012
32. In Your Own Words 7/6/2012
33. As The Past Approaches 7/6/2012
34. Philips Radio 7/6/2012
35. The Colour Of Water 7/6/2012

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Best Poem of Mohan Rana

The Colour Of Water

Rain falling, day after day,
as if trying to clean off
our permanent stains,
but all it does is discolour
this well-worn shirt,
and wash the memory
of all the passing seasons
from the walls.

This is not summer
nor autumn nor winter:
sometimes I recognize myself,
then forget.

Maybe after so much rain
all colour will be washed out
and my shirt then be the colour of water.

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In Your Own Words

They said: Don't go to the end of the Earth
because your lengthening shadow will frighten you.
There it is the world of winged pythons;
the earth there is ablaze with the fire they spit.
If you arrive where it is neither day nor night
you'll be turned into stone while you are waiting.

As if I had heard these words of mine
from somebody else.

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