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Connecting Infinity
by Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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Looking at a flower

fresh at sunrise

and a little butterfly

hovering around –

I wonder

who is the sun

and who is the planet

in their tiny solar system?

 

The words they exchange

hardly man can make out,

they date for a brief moment,

yet the flower its treasure pours out,

and the coloured creature in delight

hugs the flower, rocks it

and carries the pollens far

to where the flower can’t  go…

 

Life travels in small steps,

new buds open their eyes on new plants,

new butterflies arrive to romance…

the chain of life remains unbroken,

as among the kids their secrets

do the round without breaking the link!

 

Is creation a child’s game, too!

Linked by innocence and trust,

smooth flowing as a stream

without any sudden or abrupt halt?

 

Is the brief romance

between a flower and the butterfly

a triangulation point to map infinity?

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March 22, 2012
More By: Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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Comments on this Poem

Comment From the interactions with poets like you, I get ideas. I must thank you for shaping my writing to a great extent. I feel inspired when you write your caring response. Thank you, Rupradha.

Kumarendra Mallick
03/25/2012 13:10 PM

Comment "Is the brief romance
between a flower and the butterfly
a triangulation point to map infinity?"
From where do you get such great concepts? lovely poem!!

Rupradha
03/23/2012 14:00 PM




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