Daily Archives: February 6, 2015

पहिरो जाने पहाड मुन्तिर – भूपी शेरचन

अनिश्चित भविष्यको आशङ्कामय पीडा खप्न नसकी ‘थेलोडोमाइड’ खाएकी गर्भिणी रात जन्माउँछिन् लँगडा, लुला, कुच्चिएका बिहानहरु जब बिउँझन्छु म छिप्पिन आँटेको जाँडको घैंटोजस्तो उत्तेजित टाउको उचालेर अनि हेर्दैछु —ताजा अखबार चील र गिद्ध उडिरहेको आकाश सिनुको गन्ध बोकेका, म गाड्छु दाँत … Continue reading

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रिक्त शैय्याको स्थानबाट – भूपी शेरचन

शय्याको भर्खर रिक्त भएको स्थानबाट उठिरहेछ तातो बाफ ठ्वाक….ठ्वाक….ठ्वाक ठक…ठक…ठक्क तल भ¥याङमा सुनिन्छ टाढा गइरहेको क्रमशः क्षीण भइरहेको कसैको परिचित तर असन्तुलित पदचाप एकछिनको निम्ति वातावरण बेहोस हुन्छ पुनः सुनिन्छ कोर्राको फटकार बग्गीको खड–खड, घोडाको चित्कार बाटोको ढुङ्गा र माटोको … Continue reading

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Henry Vaughan

Henry Vaughan was a Welsh physician and metaphysical poet. Vaughan and his twin brother the hermetic philosopher and alchemist Thomas Vaughan, were the sons of Thomas Vaughan and his wife Denise (née Morgan) of ‘Trenewydd’, Newton, in Brecknockshire, Wales. Their … Continue reading

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English Poem – Friends Departed – Henry Vaughan

They are all gone into the world of light! And I alone sit ling’ring here; Their very memory is fair and bright, And my sad thoughts doth clear. It glows and glitters in my cloudy breast, Like stars upon some … Continue reading

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English Poem – Regeneration – Henry Vaughan

Award, and still in bonds, one day I stole abroad, It was high-spring, and all the way Primros’d, and hung with shade; Yet, was it frost within, And surly winds Blasted my infant buds, and sin Like clouds eclips’d my … Continue reading

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