Sharad Jambhrunkar

Without You - Poem by Sharad Jambhrunkar

I ignore the day who seeks me
In the camouflaged golden noon
It lingers in the balconies of lazy houses
On the trees that mingle with birds
And in my lap where,
Without you,
I disown it like a strange find
It finally blinks before twilight
Leaving me alone in this green garden
Among suspecting flowers
And peerless tree- tops which are
Lonelier than God
Twilight now befriends with night
The silhouette of raven on peerless tree top
Free and lonelier than Godless me
The garden, flowers, green, me
All dispelled and become one
Like ocean of silhouettes in which
You the weightless, gets spelled
Like movement in the water by a moving boat
In the space void of spaces
Beyond air and light
In the language beyond silhouettes

Glossy lights make up for the night now
Garden is greener and flowers more coloured
Tree-tops are brighter than temples of marble God
Raven flies away dispelling you
Everything is too distinct,
Me too like a faint star in moonless night
And gets written as an epitaph
In the dust of light
I am standing in an eternal wait
Like shoes of a dead man

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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