Syed Ahmed Shah
Schizophrenia By Deepa Thakuria (Translated From Assamese) - Poem by Syed Ahmed Shah
When the diseased mind
Talks to the wind
Turn into swinging shadows.
The body sways
Along with the
Glistening like gems
Dew drops cling
To the soft grass
In the morning sunshine.
The howling faces startle the heart.
Birds take off with a start from the giant tree.
As condition worsens
The Ballet of death
Eyes set ablaze.
Seven tuskers rush into my arms.
I cleave asunder
The drama of light and darkness.
Bring to a standstill
My bizarre orchestra.
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