The Blind Pilgrim! - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
Darkness sees the light
And light too sees the darkness
But they never stay together?
Wind travels without an aim
And the continuous waves of sea,
Poor shore cannot hold a single pebble
As a keepsake.
The boat at the horizon in twilight
Think of a nearest Lighthouse!
Evening star flickers in the purple sky
Like a firefly,
And the blind pilgrim seeks a partner
For his lonely prayer!
to the poetess Thelma Lucille Clifton nee Sayles!
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