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Dark Against a Wall of Light
by Sanjoy Barua
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  It’s dark now
The lights were switched off long ago
Thought you will bring me light
To the Sanctum sanctorum black box
Washing away my doubts, in a flash
I have started liking the darkness
It caresses me without any inhibitions
Sensual touch of a darkening hand
How separate are we in the dark?
 
It’s dark now
Omnipresent shadows
Settle on roofs and walls
Filling up my void
I lay still at peace for eternity
Darkness there and nothing more
 
In the twilight of my imagination
The darkened mind plays
Black magic women
It stretches
Black tongue curling
Breasts heaving
Inflicting pain darkening the eyes
A mournful rustling
Down the endless dark
 
Peering deep into that dark sycamore
I dreamed the dream
With an echoing murmur
Then came the dawn
Spraying light on the king of dark
And darkness ends in everlasting day
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June 15, 2013
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