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by Mukesh Williams
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New Bridge, Sangam Boloji.jpg
 

When the sun has fallen
Behind the distant trees
And pilgrims have left
The curving shores,
You can hear between
The deferred sound of waves
An archetypal silence
That dispossesses you, and
Leaves you with a feeling
Of wanting no more.


Image © Mukesh Williams


November 21 ,2010
More by :  Mukesh Williams
Views: 754
Poem Comment Thanks Shernaz Wadia for your wonderful comment. Best Mukesh
Socky
11/22/2010
Poem Comment The image and the words - an expression of ineffable peace...glad to have stumbled upon the poem this morning. Thanks.
shernazwadia
11/21/2010








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