Daily Archives: July 2, 2015

दन्त्य कथा – गोपाल प्रसाद रिमाल 

दन्त्यकथाकी राजकुमारी र एक गरीब ! कसरी तिनका ठूला लाम्चिला आँखाहरु एक जोडी ताराझैं माथिबाट तल झरे र त्यो गरीबको हृदयमा स्वर्गीय जलन सल्काइदिए ? फेरि कसरी हिलोको कमलमा परेका दुई थोपा शीतजस्ता गरीबका आँखामा स्वर्गले आफ्नो छाया देख्यो ? … Continue reading

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Poem – A Gift For The Romantic – John Tansey 

A Gift for the Romantic  It is in the subtlety  And not the blunt insult,  The threat and not the onslaught;  The implied and not the explicit.  It is in the first gleaning,  remembered scents of Spring  And not the … Continue reading

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Poem – A Cup of Tea – John Tansey

My brains chemicals  affords a few moments from my mood  to rinse out a dirty pot  pour some cold water  from a spout  and turning to the stove,  light a low flame  find a tin cup  two tea bags, honey … Continue reading

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Poem – Temple, London (For Maggie Hindley) – Yuyutsu Sharma

Wind howled  like the trumpet of a fierce Kali  rushed in through  the Temple Tube Station  to slap my face  to smother the flame  of my breath  and blind my vision  as I soared  floaing up the steely slope  of … Continue reading

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Poem – The Fewa Lake – Yuyutsu Sharma 

From the shoulder of a hill  from a garden restaurant where  exhausted tourists lie, massaging  hysteric limbs of a nightmare,  from dingy tea-shop  of a grandma, crying from  the smoke of her charred dreams,  from the balcony  of a hut … Continue reading

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Poem – Sagarmatha – Yuyutsu Sharma 

The turquoise lake that longs to belong to the ocean  trapped to see  dazzling face of the Everest.  The climbers from the world over  come to see their haggard faces  in the clear light of her crystal eyes  before facing … Continue reading

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Poem – Way to Helambu – Yuyutsu Sharma

On the way to Helambu  tall columns  of the killing kilns  of Bhaktapur  against the shimmering snows  of Mukut  of Ganesh Himal  grey plumes  of poisonous smoke  a rattle snake  in green terraces  of light  stadiums of delight.

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