Sukanta Mohapatra

Haughty Mountain - Poem by Sukanta Mohapatra

Haughty Mountain,
Looks down arrogantly to the valley bellow
Clad in sparse foliage and rocks
Remain speechless when a fleeting cloud
Impart a fleeting kiss with her shadow.
© Photo and writing – Sukanta Mohapatra

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 2, 2015

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