Bijay Kant Dubey
Jayanta And The Konark Sun-Temple - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey
I see the poetry of Jayanta conjuring up
The images of the Konark Sun-temple
With the chariot of the Sun-god
Drawn by horses,
The lions seated at the entrances
And the sculptures
At war, in love and devotion.
The Konark Sun-temple with the chariot wheel
And the bars and clamps
Embroidered in stone,
Set against the site of the rising sun,
A sun temple devoted to the Sun-god.
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