Parul Panthri


Meaning Often Lies Enveloped In Meaninglessness - Poem by Parul Panthri

A humping dog
A peeing frog
A laughing mole
Some burning coal
A focal twist
A spreading mist

Some green some blue
A daunting hue
A rotten fig
A smelly pig
Lovely house maid
A masquerade

A leaking patch
One lit match
A perfect catch
That egg will hatch
In given time
One dumb mime

Traitor reason
Act of treason
What good what bad
A launching pad
Poke the pin
Life’s trapped within

Open the blinds
Here’s what she finds
One mixed fraction
Bound by abstraction
Release the keys
Ease the fist
Clear the mist.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, December 23, 2011


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