Rendezvous - Poem by Satish Verma
Wanting more of you
in the bed of moon,
where present and past
The bee stings, O my god,
arrange the pure darkness
hanging on persona of future.
The yielding was painful,
its blankness. You were
collecting the hooks. I was letting
free the fish.
Green was my perch
on the white paper,
rewriting your name without ink
for the sake of hunting the lamp.
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