Gibberish - Poem by Salema Khatun
Before the invention of fire
Every thing was raw.
When emotions are on fire
The signs and symbols
Of the emotions came out
To invent the language.
Before the language the emotions
Were un conveyed and suppressed,
Coarse and raw.
When coloured emotions in words
Are failed by us to understand,
The poetry came into force to take birth.
If still the picture is hazy and unclear
And we don't able comprehend
Still it should not be termed gibberish
As it is the house of words
Signs and symbols, a canvas of…
A pack of charged emotions.
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