rajagopal haran

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191.Wishing To Become A Monkey For Once - Poem by rajagopal haran

Matured plantain leaves
Shooting plenty of ripened fruits
Making the eaters saturated
Jackfruit offering amorous fruits
Restricting the off take
By virtue of its sweetness
Water crystal clear
Percolating thro’ the rocks from a spring
The honey collected by lovely bees,
A monkey taking all in succession
Ignorance overpowering
Its senses never in its control
Hopping onto the sandal wood tree
Hugged by the pepper creepers
Failing in that mission
Falls on the bed of flowers
What bliss to cherish
Wish to become that monkey

13.04.2008


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 13, 2008



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