Choose The Untrodden - Poem by Tribhuvan Mendiratta
Lying down languidly in grass
Letting the crass world cross
Time just stands still in bliss
Infinite talk goes on in the eyes.
Pursing the lips, then part a bit
Feel the petals – conveying assent
Sensing yours scent in the air
That you walked through ages ago
Paraffin in the heart
Yearns to be kindled
Why to seek a safe refuge
Let us choose the path we fear to walk.
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