Dr subhendu kar
The Caravan, - Poem by Dr subhendu kar
Caravan sails through sultry wind to reelthrough
Like murmuring wilderness of sea waving wind.
As I look back the caravan loses its beginning to end
breeze passing through leaves of willow/
gleams of tide assails stillness
of endearment to spark within
to unleash fraternity of benevolence
as path of white rivetto resolve clarity of vision.
moist silence seems to run through impulsive haze to glitter
yet it burns like glints fire to inflame opacity of darkness
resonance resounds in room of darkness to enshrine
oh where is rainbow to wake up from sloth of hunger.
arc of convergence piques up alacrity
of wave to weave glints of joy
on the other side of ocean light flickers
like rays of hope captivates wings of dream
for hear t to allay bondage besmear,
like rungs of colors into room of prism
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