murari sinha

Rookie - 41 Points (01-01-1958 / vill & po- charigram dist - bankura, west bengal, india)

Differential Calculus - Poem by murari sinha

on the other-side of a grave wall
there may rightly be a water-vessel
that is chicken-hearted by birth

there may not be around her
a stretching of water-body

do remember
when we all went that day to catch the train
the room of the rail-station was totally vanished

after enquiry it was revealed that
it had gone to observe holidays with its family
in the yolk of the eggs of the snipe

before opening the no-door to take a leap i also knew
that the top-branch of a green and large grasshopper
was mainly made up of white-stones

i did not also have
any mystic words to recite silently
given by the moon

so without caring for the water
i made a all-complete ocean
with sands and cement

throughout the year
solvency gets down
from the body of the traffic signal

the monsoon this year
has been under the poverty-line

and the ray of hope is that
it is this circuitous route
leading to the top of the himalaya

that would one day
play the tune of differential calculus
on her guitar

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 6, 2010

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