Before Switching Off Light - Poem by Suman Pokhrel
With hands of winds
Is groping its passage
Into the house.
Jumping out of window
Is staring the dark
Stuck in indecisions,
By intense desires,
I am imbalanced
I'm overflowing, and
Grappling these very drowsy eyes.
As if unaware of
Caused by love's intensity
Should I complete this poem
Or should I put
My room's light out?
(Translated from Nepali by Abhi Subedi)
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