Rookie - 132 Points (14/02/1973 / KOLKATA)

Living For Others - Poem by AMITAVA MAZUMDAR

( 1)
Our lips are locked
We're chewing love

Perhaps some other time
We'll make a coup.

A feather hungs on the air
Before the nightfall

An owl hoots somewhere
And the moon spews gall.

( 2)

Beyond it
I eyed once

And saw nothing
But I'll not
Peep again.


The silent lambs
In the midst of the day

The little steps
Falters, rubs all the grey

Before the sun
Grazes down
The evening satirical
And the end so far

Lambs still beckons
Beyond the flare.

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spins from the bounty nature

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 20, 2012

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