DR.BHAGYA CHANDRA RAJKUMAR
The Comet Over The Palace - Poem by DR.BHAGYA CHANDRA RAJKUMAR
On my seventh birthday,
We saw the comet stretching over the sky.
My mother asked me to wish.
I wished for candy.
When I was at high school,
We saw the comet painted on the sky.
My teacher asked me to wish.
I wished to pass the examination.
As a teenager
We saw the comet passing through our eyes.
My loved one asked me to wish.
I wished for our union.
When I became a father
We saw the comet tail streaking across the sky.
My wife asked me to wish.
I wished for the prosperity of family.
I was old and grey when
We saw the comet over the palace at dawn.
People asked me to wish.
I wished for the peace of my birthplace.
At the hour of my death
We saw the comet as harbinger of doom.
My Guru asked me to wish.
I wished to be born again at this place of birth.
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