Bijay Kant Dubey
Poetry As Flowers, Catching The Gaze - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey
Poetry as flowers,
Dreamy and imaginative,
Blooming and hanging by,
Catching the eye and luring,
Looking lovely and charming.
A small tree of the tiny, but whitely scented kaaminis
Blooming and scattering over,
Similar the case with the seulis
Tiny but white and yellow-stalked,
The aparajitas blue-blue.
A creeper bloom.
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