ANEESH keezhoottu muraleedharan

Rookie (6/01/1988 / kuzhimathicadu)

Three Dreams In Blood - Poem by ANEESH keezhoottu muraleedharan

Falling asleep I fall down beneath
To a door that is made of beating flesh
A long corridor
A lot of doors
Each door keeps keys
And denies keeping them
All are left ajar
With a hanging key in the hole

Through the slice of light at the door
I saw the little girl screaming
And all the doors got locked
Keyholes said it was the wind
Keys complained the lock
But the girl was bleeding to death
What was the wind?
What was the fault with the lock?
And I woke with a swollen eye…!


My second dream


Sea was spurning at my feet
As the waves dug the sands in anger
That made me jerk and weak
I spat blood
Not of the seas effort
But of the loves hatred
With dripping red lip
I loomed the crimson horizon
She was rowing hard
In the wave less sea then
Her hairs flew without a breeze
Eyes glowed red
And I sat with the stunned sea

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My third dream

The execution

In the barren island I sung
Songs of death and love
Then from the dark forest
A snow-white doe came out bleeding
I stopped singing
But it bled again
In the silence and pain it died
And the sky convicted me!
When a rainbow loop was set on my neck
The earth leapt down from my foots
In that in between
Struggling for breath
I sung the rest
A song that ended with a death

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 21, 2011

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