A Hope - Poem by Sarnath Mukherjee
There I see you
Underneath the shadow
With enough security wrapped in the white box,
But I see you not
Beside their endless queue of passion
Tangled up in clouds of miseries.
You the philosopher
With a great library
And the carpet covering the floor
Have never known why
I stand in the queue
Of the restless beauty
Given and taken from nature.
Still I wish
Still I hope
Still I address you -
For one day you may
Touch the strings
And add to
The symphony of living.
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