Anubhav Tulasi

Two-Wheeler - Poem by Anubhav Tulasi

A blind lover of rain
With no space
to put one's foot
this is a world of lovers
drenched in rain the other night
this indomitable lover's
engine is frenzied, wheels frantic,
the simmering headlamp
Between the crazy lover and a truck
a head-on collision—
the lover's thrown off
whether he can rise or not
from the fall
The city newspapers play dumb
as the pages spent their entirety
in the name of rain

Topic(s) of this poem: rain

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 7, 2014

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