Unguarded word, befriended bird.
Weighted fell by thrice or third.
Dusty grind, millers churn.
Pummel ears, murmurs burn.
Mongered word off china town,
bamboos morph to fretting frown.
Snared enmeshed, wasted sage,
bowl of death at generous age.
Placid morns to sullied days,
rancid slicks on sandy bays.
Bubbly sprays dash and bounce,
buffet sighs in crannies trounce.
Tongues to airs, wings have lent.
Hath words to many, a gallows sent.
Deadened eyes to rainbows womb,
spured fear to tear to life entomb.
Strongest will and hardy soul.
Char and writhe on carmine coal.
Words said, unsaid, worlds apart.
Volley's sent, will raze ramparts
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem