Bijay Kant Dubey


Symphony Of Skeletons By D.H.Kabadi - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Mark it this is his symphony of skeletons,
The music of the feel harmonic orchestra,
The poet feeling the music of life
In the midst of adversities,
In the black and bleak world
Of shattered hope and dreams,
But hey still holding champagne to celebrate
Over the trodden, trampled,
Hearing the music of the skeletons.

Landscape is the first poem to be seconded by
To a Witch Goddess, I and I, Some Silences,
Deoli Massacre, An Again Laid Egg,
The Milestone, Thoughts of the Oppressed,
Vacant Life, My Shangri-La, You Live Till You Die,
Snakes Dwell In Anthills, Mountains do not Mourn,
Dead Chimneys, Crushed Oranges, Stars Never Descended,
A Forest Cannot Love, Defunct Memories,
Are the poems to figure in with others.

Questions are questions, some have answers
And some answerless, no answer available,
Why we live, how we live, where and what for,
Are questions, but we live till we die,
Is the thing to be felt and said,
A void talks to another void, I to I, I and I,
One I questioning another existential I,
Who are you, who are you, where were you, where were,
An existence lying on a rock and the wings far away,
You go revelling and dreaming with.

A poet philosophical and thoughtful, he is dreamy
And of a brooding temperament, delving onto
Cosmic consciousness, the things of consciousness,
The layers and layers withing, cutting the ice,
Bringing out the things lying dark,
A poet of dark consciousness, dipping and delving into
The things beyond the reach of the self,
Self to self questioning, self to self journey,
But a journey unknown, who are we, where are we?

Topic(s) of this poem: art


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 14, 2015



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