Summer By Jayanta Mahapatra Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Summer By Jayanta Mahapatra



It is not a summer poem,
But relating of the ancient orchard,
Man and his times,
The rural space and landscape,
The daughter and the mother,
Village life and times,
The hearth and the home,
Tangles of human relationships.

Taking the village girl as the protagonist,
The mouthpiece
He is telling the things sociologically
Delving into the rural psyche and spaces,
The girl seeing the lousy hair of her mother
Unoiled and unclean
Unaware of her own fate
As for what it lies ahead,
Destined for an uncertain destination.

Sunday, March 5, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: art
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