To Be A Romantic - Poem by BIBHAKAR DUTTA
They could say, they could...
"that's not very easy
To define the words of wisdom real
And the real state of serenity ",
Yes, may be, it may be...
But when you glare with your inner eyes at the mid,
Very easier could be as Keats had defined,
Truly wondrous it is
to feel the deepness of romantic realms,
Just behold... Behold it through your inner eyes,
Being apart from the world of fake games.
One can be a true romantic
Standing alone on a silent beach of Atlantic,
And to behold the acme of an arriving ship
Hiding slightly all the pains.
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