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No Goodbye
by Kausik Bhaduri
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I have saved a fist full of dust
from the inevident dusk.
I have picked up a few stone-plates
from the ravages.

Tucked up some gelatin
from the kiss you had last given me
and a pair of wings from the eyelids
before those were still.

I fly, fly and fly eternally
over the flow-bed that all are human.
I wait not for the halo but for
the harvest season...
you sow my seeds.

I wait not for the screen drop
but for the ballet yet to begin.
I never say goodbye
You say it or not
it's all up to you.

 

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January 18, 2012
More By: Kausik Bhaduri
Views: 1640      Comments: 4

Comments on this Poem

Comment Yes, I liked it. My dear friend, the writer, have gone through the normal twist & turns of life, & the elixer collected within will be expressed in many ways. Wishing him a healthy, joyful life.

Arunabha Ghosh
01/28/2012 03:04 AM

Comment Fantastic

SUBHRA NAG
01/28/2012 01:19 AM

Comment like it

ishita bhaduri
01/20/2012 11:38 AM

Comment I like this poem

soma roy
01/20/2012 07:24 AM




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