Susanta Pattnayak

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Susanta Pattnayak Poems

1. Simply Mother 7/1/2012
2. Mountain 7/1/2012
3. Where, The Village An Art Gallery 7/1/2012
4. When, I No Longer.. 7/1/2012
5. I Head For The Stars 7/1/2012
6. Why Seek Solitude..? 7/1/2012
7. When, I Closed My Eyes 7/2/2012
8. Mountain Never Demands Your Vision 7/2/2012
9. My Heart For Every Human 7/2/2012
10. Grass 7/2/2012
11. Spring 7/2/2012
12. Shadow 7/3/2012
13. My First Kiss, Never Too Late! 7/3/2012
14. Good And Evil Together 7/3/2012
15. And Thus Began The (Cosmic) Life 7/4/2012
16. Maiden Separation 7/4/2012
17. Drunken 7/4/2012
18. Shouldn'T I Change..? 7/4/2012
19. O' Sculptor 6/30/2012
20. To A Rain Drop 8/21/2012
21. The Inn 9/21/2012
22. Say Without Awe 9/21/2012
23. Those Four Close Friends 10/26/2012
24. O Internet 9/30/2012
25. A Bright Sunny Day After Days Of Incessant Rain 8/19/2012
26. Forest 7/1/2012
27. 'Sea' Verse 7/1/2012
28. The Moon 9/28/2012
29. On Sixty-Sixth Independence Day 8/15/2012
30. A Longing! 8/18/2012
31. My Universe, So Is Yours 7/4/2012
32. Flowers And The Stars 8/31/2012
33. Comfort Zone 9/9/2012
34. Caged Dreams 7/2/2012

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Caged Dreams

She dreams, no more.
The rise and the fall of the waves,
the dancing of the breeze,
the symphony of the wind,
the colors of the seasons,
the twilight, moonlit nights
all cease in smoke
under the suffocating arms of
some demonic beast
who ruptures her to dust.

She dreams no more.
Dreams have gathered dust
also a thick coat of rust.
Blurry in her mind, the day,
when she was caged
her voice was squashed
her wings were clipped
and was passed from hand to hand
for mere amusement and joy.

She dreams of
her mother, her ...

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When, I No Longer..

When I no longer
Be able to sit with you
In your garden
To smile, smell and talk
To the flowers
And when my breath holds
Allow me a space
In your Eden to sleep
Keep a flower beside my stone
In caress of which, I'll rest in peace
For times to come.

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