CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

Rookie - 85 Points (14th January 1962 / Balarampur Village in the District of Purulia in West Bengal.)

Startle - Poem by CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

So long as the tongue
Was in place
No holocaust was evident
Tourism was a synonym
of progress
and not of unsung show

Who knows the ultimate
Comprehends the startle --
Once the fingers of the palm
Spreads like the tongue
Dawn comes
Along your forefinger
H a t r e d.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 5, 2004



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