Vadakkumpurath Ramesan

The Foot Prints On The Shores! - Poem by Vadakkumpurath Ramesan

The ocean roar
As his foot prints
Make marks on the wet shore
The mangroves are too
Stunned to hear his
Foot steps accomapnied
By the hot spiralling
Wind that emanate
From the mouth
Of the black dragon
That roam around
To swallow anything and everything
With an animal instinct
That all the oceans
Of this globe
Failed to meet his thirst
That all the greenery
Left on the globe
As pits on the tonsured
Head of the Earth
Failed to meet his appetite.
He crushes the reeds
The creatures on water
And the living on shore
As if in an unquenchable
Unrelenting thirst
And unabated hunger haunt
And take the incarnation
Of the Juggernaut
The trembling dance
That shiver all
With awe and agony
With pain and penury
Yet he quiver the earth
As of a tremor
To catastrophic culmination
And he raised his hood
And he was the carbon!
The men's creation
To kill themselves!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 13, 2009

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