Early Sunset - Poem by Pradip Chattopadhyay
It could never have any say
When I threw it away
The cadaver once life throbbed,
I silently sobbed!
Scared of me
It moved in the shadows free
Could I ever catch it? I wondered
In the end it silently surrendered!
It lay there crumpled, cold and stiff
An aura of death I could sniff
The half open eyes had a tinge of regret
Life was short and too soon was sunset!
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