Mukesh Williams Poems
- Tokyo Train Travel With a hum and a buzz The train surges, ...
- Princess Kaguya At My Window The effulgence of the night ...
- The Consummate Gift (for Derrida) Give me a gift without ...
- Dev Sahib, Uff! Yun Maa (1923-2011) There is no regret in ...
- Madhubala She alliterates with Memory, music and the ...
- A French Café There's always a narrow passage In a big city ...
- Aphrodite She came from a faraway land without an ethnos ...
Mukesh Williams is a professor of English in the Faculty of Letters at Soka University, Japan. He is also a distinguished poet, fiction writer and a political analyst. His poems have appeared in Campus Poetry, Youth Times, Indian Verse, The Journal of Indian Writing in English, Muse India, The Stephanian, Udichi, Indian Verse, The Lyric, Impressions, Kavya Bharati, The Istanbul Literary Review, ... more »
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Tokyo Train Travel
With a hum and a buzz
The train surges,
Picks up speed,
Zooms and rackets
Sniffing the torpor within.
In intervals of dozing lullaby
Escape the fantasy world.
New destinations arrive,
Proximities are redefined
And new geographies created.
The congeries suffocate
In self-absorbed silence,
Broken by makeup mirrors.
Alarmed by cedar pollen sneezes,
Jolted by guttural announcements,
Agape illusion shuffles.
The coaches slowly stop,
The sliding doors sibilate, ...