Monthly Archives: September 2016

Window garden

These white flowers shall garden my window now. My clothes shall smell of wilted flowers in pocket. I shall keep fears on hold, this side of the window Under a table light that reads nice smelling words Remembering parijat flowers … Continue reading

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White clouds

In  a sky, like preternatural birds , Lay soft white clouds, full of rain Drops for red roses by a  lakeside Lying in wait for somebody ‘s car Boot to pick up so as to lie in wait With the … Continue reading

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Rattle

the wind at midnight fuses night with sound and a sleep sitting up at window ledge in night’s apron the fan belts a wind to May heat of poems unrealized ,skies dead to their potential cloud and rain come June … Continue reading

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Crossing the rain puddles

When we were asleep it rained On the streets like fine sawdust. The passing cars have sneezed Grease bubbles in rain puddles. Feet in rolled trousers take care You don’t tread on our rainbows. They are wistful and fragmentary Besides … Continue reading

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Pigeons

We had no doubts about the lovebirds As they preened their feathers together. Did pigeons have doubts as they cooed ? The window-sill has room for gutar gu With sounds of bird feet on the awning . Now birds cooed … Continue reading

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May the sun grow old

We love the sun in the mountains Being hyper allergic to afternoons. We pray to him below mustache. We get copper coins on our skins, Emblems that are his tiny tattoos We are hyper to , he is ultra about. … Continue reading

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Velvet on their backs

A year’s first rains would force out The red velvet mites from the earth. We loved to feel their velvety backs With our kid fingers and keep some In finely labelled match box houses. We tried to side-step velvet hordes … Continue reading

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