Pranab K. Chakraborty

Gold Star - 14,754 Points (West Bengal)

Just Think Man - Poem by Pranab K. Chakraborty

dawn is still away to touch our pain
silky apron of mist
unfolds its mysterious beauty
a way home all undiscovered galaxies
observe me my solitude of soul
enjoying their silence of carrying my presence
where existence means uniformity

bicycling with no sound
the road greets the wheel
its every move sparks with delight
to defeat distance
but uncertain me much enough
who moves actually
the wheels or the road

Galileo taught us
the earth moves round the sun
then the asphalt on earth
doesn't it move
if does my silent carrier
what does it do
if we two move at the same time
how does distance comes short
am I much more speedy than Earth
Oh God, save me then
I know no other planet
except this blue
I have no other anchor to grab the grid
except belief

dawn is still away to touch our pain....

Pranab k c
03/02/2013


Comments about Just Think Man by Pranab K. Chakraborty

  • Robert Murray Smith (10/26/2016 2:39:00 PM)

    Just Think Man
    This is a very fine poem. 'The road greets the wheel...'is a nice line.The cycling of life in this poem is a metaphor for life and, renewal for the dawn is still away to touch our pain.10

    Robert
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  • Dr.tony Brahmin (10/5/2015 11:41:00 AM)


    dawn is still away to touch our pain
    silky apron of mist
    unfolds its mysterious beauty
    I have no other anchor to grab the grid
    except belief wonderful thinking and bringing in ideas and words together fascinated me. thank you Pranab.
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  • Bharati Nayak (9/2/2015 10:36:00 PM)


    Bicycling with no sound
    the road greets the wheel
    Its every move sparks with delight
    to defeat distance
    but uncertain me much enough
    who moves actually
    the wheels or the road- - - - -A wonderful poem with beautiful imagery.I wonder how it has remained without comments till date.- - - - - - - - - - 10
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013



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