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by Aju Mukhopadhyay
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Like a brook sneaking through the rocks unseen
Like a stream flowing through the meadows green
Roaring like an Amazon furioso
Flooding like a Hwang-Ho
Meandering through innumerable towns and cities
Leaving on both the shores, friends and enemies
I have been coursing through life
For thousands of years, with many a strife.

Nothing is hackneyed, nothing is old
Each experience is precious gold.
Each dawn, each sunset is a marvel
Though each day begins with a tantalizing tale.
Sorrow and joy, shame and fame
Each is a different game.
Bitter and sweet, passionate, ignorant
I have enjoyed every moment.

Forever afloat moving beyond the sea
Forever towards the glowing infinity.


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May 04 ,2017
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