Bijay Kant Dubey


Snail-Pace Street By D.H.Kabadi - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Snail-Pace Street which appeared in 2000
Begins with the poem,
Now Is The Time To Grow Roses,
Followed by
Dream Time, Disposable Gods,
Existence, Wants And Wails,
Truth, Sparrow And Sorrow,
Embryos of Darkness, Sour Milk,
The Wind And The Song, The Ultimate Joy,
In A Make-Believe World, The Smell of Life,
Dimensions, The Old Nothings,
To, Elusive Answers,
Lamp Posts, Silence Speaks,
A Tree, Snail-Pace Street,
In The Arms of Boredom, Strange Path,
Amorous Calls, World of Lust,
Yawning Voids, The Rustle You Hear,
Angry Clouds, Garden of Emptiness,
Flowers Still Smile, Magic Carpet,
Elusive Poems, Dreams In Abyss,
What Life, The Weight of Words,
Just Like Men, The Peach And The Reach,
Seeds of Evil, Tears of Futility,
Stars Die, There Is Something Eerie About Everything,
Birds, The Spirit,
My Path, Flickers.

Kabadi as a poet is one of social realism
And societal truths,
Describing bare realities
All but in a muted format,
With transmutations
So deftly,
One of winged dreams and desires,
Suppressing the commotion
To be calm and composed,
But the philosopher in him
Often takes him to the pedestal,
Twitches for an expression,
Poetry is but unfulfilled dreams,
You express it,
Poetry is desires,
You express your desire
With fancy and imagination,
a delver into the realms of the void,
The nothingness,
There is nothing, nothing
In life and the world,
Crying in wilderness,
He returns to
The green earth of bare realities,
Witty and wordy,
A juggler juggling,
A magician of words.

Topic(s) of this poem: art


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 19, 2015



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