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Labyrinths
by Satish Verma
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  From the ramparts of a castle 
a wallflower jumps. 
A lynch mob discovers a prehistoric sex. 
Silent roots crossing the deniability 
endorse a fluid dynamics 
of a scandal. 

The fascination of a fairy tale makes 
a lover seek the revenge. 
He hates, he strikes, but fails to impress 
the horizon beyond the galaxies. 
Black laughters of fake seers 
make an entry to plunder the stars. 

A tremor in the voice betrays 
the ambushed faith. 
Now where to go, find the peace of death? 
Time’s white hands are snarled in pain; 
cannot write the elegant script 
of surrender.
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June 30, 2011
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Comment indeed a beautiful poem

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