Arrival Of The Bird With A Word Of Grief - Poem by Ponniah Ganeshan
Out of the black water
And from the waking of the gently
Thought about her
A lonely bird came and rested
Upon the branch of my bones.
She did not utter a single word
And so did I, too.
It was after a long time
Pecking and pecking with its tiny beak
In search of something
On my branch sitting
My heart so brimful of tears, flows out
I have closed my eyes.
I have closed my eyes
For a sigh
For a sigh l of relief.
The waves that are thrown against
With words and words…
Return to the same spot
Hitting their heads again and again
To the shore
Only to find their way home
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