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A Poet
by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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  He scratches
His wounds, made in past
Of some losses, 
Dejection,
Sheer rejection 
Or utter failure to heal them
With his poetry,
Word-clad feel or thrills, 
With medication
Of profound thoughts
Wrought poetically.
 
He depicts 
An inner picture of forlorn feel
Vivid in candid colour
Then paints up
A silken silhouette
Of all the pent-up emotions.
 
He pens down 
Tangled strings of sulky stings 
Mild, or hard,
Loving, or craving
Be it outward 
Or injected inward
Trapped in tedious tapestry.
 
His outpourings straight
From his heart or
 grabbed mind
Make him feel
Lightened,
Relieved of all high heaves:
The wounds of life
Scratched, render him healed.
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