Monthly Archives: May 2014

Rain on children

Our faces were drowned in hoods As rain fell softly on our heads. Its sounds came as from the ocean. Our tiny judgments took a beating In its steady patter on our ears Where they seem to be beating us … Continue reading

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The death of the frogs

The rainy night frogs had croaked And come out for a while to die. The next morning their carcasses Squished under our walking feet While our eyes looked at the sun.

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Love on the rocks

The rock has memories of water And of egrets, shadows of clouds Passing over the lake,a temporary Hyacinth carpet spreading cheer. In case it forgets its mission in life Someone made white calligraphy On it about a virtuous toothpaste That … Continue reading

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Returning to our suns

We are on way to respective suns. They all set beyond tall buildings In a common sunset ,leaving roads To a reluctant rule of streetlights. We return bumper-bumper to homes Where we sleep for our respective Suns to rise, to … Continue reading

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Smoke

Clouds are smoke of a burning sea. They get in your hair in the jungle When trees burn and climb a sky. Trees are green sea below clouds. They are vapor to please moody sun. A sea burns too to … Continue reading

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Chance

Any one among us could be inviting To the sky’s open bursts of anger. Why not other tree, asks each of us Whose birth was accidental on bird Of a random flying in and dropping A seed from a random … Continue reading

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Jackfruit

We love the fragrance of its entrails When it is brought down and ripped Open for table, under its thorny skin. When fatso was sitting pretty pretty On a bark , we had it put in thin veils To stall … Continue reading

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