The Dogged Sunrise - Poem by Pradip Chattopadhyay
I walked on the famished land
Without the touch of a warm hand
Despised by everything of life
Bruised in the perennial strife.
I knew nothing could now heal
I had to bow and depart
Closing a fallen deal
That only broke my heart.
As I stopped one last time
To see what I was leaving behind
I saw its soulful caring eyes,
The dog brought me another sunrise.
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