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A Long Drawn Night
by Dr. Amitabh Mitra
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  The wooden bench I had sat with you
In a far corner of a long drawn night
Remains still unseen
Unheard
Do you still remember
We had talked of rivers riding a sky
Promises surging on overhead electric lines
And the tiny bird that sat on it for a long time
I had kissed you so many times since then in the eyes of a time
I had smelt you long the moist breath of a day sunk deep in your hair
I love you still and the far ramparts of the fort
We frequented always
In a far corner of a long drawn night.
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May 13, 2007
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