Unremovable - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
Try harder my dear
With your capable hands of a rake,
But you can't remove
The honey-white roots of grasses
From this breakable skin of brown ground.
Here in my body of flesh and blood
A heart is resting
Under a soiled layer like the surface of earth.
An invisible seed of love
Is planted there
With the determination of eternity,
That can never be scraped up
By the unkind hands of resentment.
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