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Desert Storm
by Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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desert storm --
her fingering
thrills my tea
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December 28, 2016
More By: Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
Views: 480      Comments: 4

Comments on this Poem

Comment Taking tea
from the fair hands
standing with a cup of tea,
the poet in the midst of a desert storm,
seeing Burqawalli
under the patches of clouds,
getting remembered of
Katrina,
Rita.

Dr.Faustus dreaming
of Helen,
Rosemary Fell
and the beggar girl
in A Cup of Tea,
King Cophetua
in Tennyson's
The Beggar Maid.

bijay kant dubey
01/01/2017 09:06 AM

Comment Is he the nail-polished fingers
Of his lady love
Or taking the tea cup
From her hands?

Does he want to take tea
Or see her
Offering a cup of tea
With Assam tea or Darjeeling tea?

The flavour coming out
In full aroma
And the polished fingers with rings
And stone studs adding to.

bijay kant dubey
01/01/2017 00:17 AM

Comment Thank you, sir. Yes, we drink more beyond the tea. Happy New Year to you.

kumarendramallick
12/31/2016 15:24 PM

Comment Her nail-polished fingers and gestures making the poet drink tea from her eyes, the cause of the desert storm.

bijay kant dubey
12/29/2016 11:04 AM




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