Sunil D'pudi


Wave-Length - Poem by Sunil D'pudi

We
Are two shady trees
Throwing sensual shadows
And yet, are so child-like.

For centuries,
The neighborhood
Writhes
To the thunderous moods.

The visceral symmetry,
The wave-length,
Seeps into each other
Electrifyingly, perpetually.

The scars,
And the dead vengeance
Waxed in the hollow barks
Show that we had warred.

The sepulchral voices,
And the sting of bees
In shared spectrums of the flowering days
Show that we had loved.

We,
The symbols of fortitude,
Have buried and outlived
The hidden feelings of love, envy and hatred.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 2, 2005



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