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Silence
by Prof. Dr. Makhan Lal Das
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I thought
She would say something
Probably she had been thinking
I would say something.
In the silence that flowed
The two banks that had become inert
And who could never meet
Kept on gauging the difference in time....
(Translated by Dr Makhan Lal Das from a Hindi poem originally composed by Rafat Alam)
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June 13, 2013
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