Dr subhendu kar
When Time Taught Me - Poem by Dr subhendu kar
When time taught me the quantum of zero and universe
Unto my swings of stance across the wings of tears slashed
Rolling to my dream gracefully high at some weird moments
When my crumbling fear melts down to the mist of smiles.
As I stood with the raved up feelings in mute undertones
Under the shadow of time shuddering to the stress of test
On the lap of my mother’s dream flapping ambiently
to learn a language of living unfettered yet unveiled
as yet I do not. reason out the reason of my will sullen
under the soulful seafaring unfazed as I see fretfully
when all my senses gathered upon for willful nectar
being relished upon the notch of gesture amidst the crowd.
as I stoop upon the sacred image of my god within
To quench all my unconcerned thirst ever empowered
Like crystals sweet smiling falling over my muse innate
Hedging upon the garden around while reading own language.
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