Monthly Archives: January 2014

Pizza moon

Looks like it’s moontime again As she comes in behind words In windows noisy with scooters And milkmen clinking in cans. We recall her a big round thing We had left behind in the sea. Now she is a half … Continue reading

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September rain

Rain was an unexpected bonus An extra refilling of sound world As far off mountains have washed Their clouds off in a lighter mood. The night was a receptacle of joy Just above the tops of the peepal That moaned … Continue reading

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Well’s being

Like the old poet we had a well to look in With a bucket lowered gently to touch its Perturbed waters in their broken moons. Midnight was fearsome with green snakes Lurking in ghostly hibiscus trees standing. A boy in … Continue reading

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Sun’s own day

The finger is pointed to a new flower in balcony And thence to a rainless cloud ,a sprouting sun. The translucent blue defers to the low-rise gold In the blankest sky ever eaten by pearly clouds . The wind plays … Continue reading

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Jungle flower

Near the lazy rock and its green sky A jungle flower would bloom whitely Like whirring wheel of a firecracker, A toothed wheel of tiny locomotion. The breeze stirred its shape into many, With false feet of anthers , disheveled … Continue reading

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Waterfall

Nothing about it is permanent except Going over edge in the gond land plain A ninety feet drop in an abyss of spray A fog of death ‘s hell, a brimstone frame Serrated like winter sky , a green bush … Continue reading

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The Gir lion

The lion turns head back for a moment As it walks into the shadows of a future. Kierkegard would look backwards to see The future endlessly tied up with the past. You cross a lion’s tracks towards future In the … Continue reading

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