Sea-Friend - Poem by Pijush Biswas
One darkening dusk and I feel sore,
So I did return to the sea, my dear friend
I did call him 'Dear', he did too
And limitlessly time we did spend;
Now no of them is ashore
And a clear blow upon me.
I asked him to return my treasure,
So he did feel queer;
I asked him second
And he did little care
To see me unpleasure,
Not to mend.
Thence, I did try to find way
And he hurled thousand waves on my feet
To see me lame ahead.
I saw, I saw him clearly cheat
I felt, I felt him equally lay
When I left my ships unanchored.
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