Biswajit Basu

Corridors Of My Mind - Poem by Biswajit Basu

I wander alone dressed in resplendent light,
Through swirling clouds of evanescent haze,
Ghostly and suffused with myriad thoughts,
But they tauntingly elude my grasping gaze.

Each door opens to a new world, new views,
And so convoluted are these corridors,
Some sad, some happy some fearsome to behold,
But I cannot decide how to plot my course.

Why do I like these solitary forays?
Through undulating meadows of some lovely scene,
With beautiful clumps of blooming colour interspersed,
Foliage and flowers all crimson and green.

Waving tremulously, the lonely daisy I spied,
Gently tossed in the soft and fragrant breeze,
I peer intently at the beautiful world within,
As the bee sucks the honey in.

The waving blade of glass beckons me,
To tell him wither I had been,
He had many questions: the answers I do not know,
Like what my fate will really be.

So I walk through infinity of space and time,
Where no man has ever stepped before,
I look at these landscapes of the mind,
I lie down in this beauty for evermore.

So I wander aimlessly,
Through infinity to the infinitesimal in my mind,
The thrill of experiencing the doors that open for me,
To see what joy, sorrow or fear I find.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

In your mind you visit exotic lands, meet your love, even die. It transcends all science to be like God

Comments about Corridors Of My Mind by Biswajit Basu

  • (5/18/2013 9:17:00 AM)

    oh wonderful i loved this journey of your mind, it indeed seemed adventurous...and splendid....bravo (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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