Love: The History (Radha-35) - Poem by Subrat Pradhan
The history will not speak of you
No one was aware of it
I had known
The history today,
so embarrassed and unprepared
had not been able to cuddle you
In its lap
Who will it answer?
And you refused to be a goddess
You were well aware
It was not useful for you
To be a goddess
After waiting for someone
For unlimited ages
You still aspire to
Still frozen as an unknown monument
You can remember me in your mind
You chose to remain human.
Had the history knew
History after history would come up after
And would be accountable
To the successor.
The questions would only return
To the history itself
Striking back the infinity (emptiness)
The history stands with bowing head
In front of you
Not able to measure your emptiness.
How will it understand your waiting?
Before so many ages
And so many ages ahead
You keep searching to whom
round and round
With your unflickered eyes.
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