Golaka behari Acharya
Insuperable - Poem by Golaka behari Acharya
Sincere photo tropism
of love and wishes
my kaolin body holds.
Etiquette inscribed in kindergarten
I grow two selves in me.
The finery of married life
and hidden weakness
for you—all there.
How can the creeper
the shade under it and
the light on the leaves!
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