Bijay Kant Dubey


Jayanta Mahapatra A Poet Of The Lingam-Yoni Motif - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Jayanta Mahapatra as a poet is one
Of the lingam-yoni motif,
The phallic stone overlooking
In his Relationship
Blesses and starts the book
As an invocation of the Lord-god,
The land of his nativity and birth,
Being rooted into the soil
And the poet in the ship of dreams
Taking the visionary glides,
Floating and floating
And flowing down the lakes,
The rivers,
Marking the marshes, the water bodies,
Cranes and herons,
The ships sailing, coming to the harbour,
The resorts on the sea beach
And the life of the fishermen
Living on aquatic and marine activities
whereas he dark daughters keep striving,
Labouring and toiling,
Who has but know to know their pains,
Troubles and tribulations,
The struggles and sufferings
Of the woman folk and womankind,
The labours of birth,
The Womb of Creation?

Topic(s) of this poem: art


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 22, 2015



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