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A Poem
by Prof. Dr. Ram Krishna Singh
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A poem rests
on brain signals imaged
in words and silence
one decodes with dog's sense
smelling twists and turns in rhythm
that turn it prophetic

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March 11, 2016
More By: Prof. Dr. Ram Krishna Singh
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Comments on this Poem

Comment The station master receives the signals with regard to the coming and passing train, coming on and leaving by the halt and thereafter the imagery striking upon. The brain sends the signals to be collected in silence and when the message is decoded, sexual mysticism twitches it otherwise. The station master finds himself engrossed in reading Lady Chatterley's Lover, women in Love and The Rainbow.

bijay kant dubey
03/12/2016 22:34 PM




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