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From a Lonely Land
by Bharat Mehru
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  On that lovely river bank
I was there - by your side
Amid rippling sounds
admiring you - loving you
Though
I wasn't in your sight
it was innocuous enough
as already
my soul went with a lustre
growing tendrils of light were
quite palpable within me.

Yes, you were my love - PURE LOVE
For aeons had it gone
hadn't flowing bodies and organs
caused a vertigo and a fall
right into the river
violent current pushed me away
Faraway -
today after a long time,
a kind wave threw me out
on this lonely land.

Now,
Can't I reach up to you
with bleeding heart
and crippled legs
amid sly fluttering
and grim paw pacing
lastly I wish....
All my existence
turns into a cloud of tears
so I could wash
your pure feet.
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