Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Memory Of A Ferry Man - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Ferries are coming as a distant past
Where Bridges came to the way for good future
The connectivity that proudly boasts of friendship
The ferries are a distant past in memory
Then ferries were the wonderful service providers
The ferrymen exemplified the human friendship
He knew well, the small world he lives
The depth, currents, and all seasonal changes
Ferries a symbol of human friendliness
The cultural exchanges between the pedestrians
Everything changed in its own way
No time to wait others here where ferry have no a place
The old ferrymen's breath is full of kindness
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