AMITAVA MAZUMDAR

Rookie - 214 Points (14/02/1973 / KOLKATA)

Nightmares - Poem by AMITAVA MAZUMDAR

The grey dusk on the fringes
Every roofs like upended tongues
Licks up the last string of evening rays

Before a cloud passed and mingled
With another afar
A crow shrilled, a cat mewed, a lame
On her wooden legs from cul-de-sacs

A star appears
From the depths of blue
in the lone sky
Every door like a mystery box
Shut and not to be opened again
After a defeated try

If it is so, let it be
The shame of being naked
Every moment pressed under the thumb
Patience wore thick blanket in trance
Towards an uncomfortable distance.

Topic(s) of this poem: sleep

Form: Refrain


Poet's Notes about The Poem

TOWARDS THE KINGDOM OF SLEEP

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 4, 2017



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