Ratneswar Brahmachari

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Recollection - Poem by Ratneswar Brahmachari

The other day allured me to elope with someone else.
Never did you care to embrace as a close one!
That day saw me as a puzzled wanderer,
In search of the path leading to my sweet home!

Remember our tales, gossips and walking along a soft grassy path?
Getting tired…
Thou used to sit on the meadow with a soft swaying
Of your plait in thy hand…

Time would stand still…
When you took nuts while the chaffs would mingle with
Holly Dust by decree or non decree of the Sweeper!

Perhaps thou have in mind, meticulously too! yeah?
The golden curtain of the setting Sun would grow deeper
Toward the symphony of the evening.

The cool soothing gentle breeze of the Ganges
Would help our heart to sail
Towards the glorious colourful future destiny of life.

We would sit face to face
On the nature nurtured green carpet of grass
Sometimes we indulged us to plunge deep unto reciprocal eyes
Which are but deep and beckoning!
Sometimes apex of a grass,
Torn apart would be dropped near or far?
Who can say?
Yes, yes ….Life finds its own way.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011


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