Sarnath Mukherjee

Rookie (17th of April,1981 / Kolkata)

Twilight Blues - Poem by Sarnath Mukherjee

The evening begins to darken,
The sunlight goes tiptoed,
Northwind twilight sunken
And rest on you bestowed.
I by the highway loiter
Dreams burdening my thoughts,
Futile attempts of mine
And idiocy of all sorts.

Do join me at the dinner
For I'll tell you how and why
Seasons of bloom and shower
Now all lay cracked and dry.
Northwind sings so high -
The city drowned in it,
The sunlight goes tiptoed
Feeling it's time to quit.

Comments about Twilight Blues by Sarnath Mukherjee

  • (5/6/2010 7:50:00 AM)

    the previous one makes me think but this one,
    i do like it

    the colours, the imagery, and the sprituality of this poem-
    is quite moving.

    thanks for sharing..
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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