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Poem – Aho Malai Tajoob Lagchha

क. थलथल माछो नृसिंह जाग्छ ! वानस्पत अणु मङ्गल माग्छ ! बानर एउटा चन्द्रमा ताक्छ ! अहो ! मलाई ताजूब लाग्छ ! ख. मृतकणी औ किरणको शादी, थियो अगाडि ! एक प्यारको स्पन्दन जाग्छ ! कस्तो त्यसको सन्तति अगणित, दुनियाँ … Continue reading

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Poem – Paani

क. पानीजस्तो के छ जगत्मा ? पानी ! रानी, सब रसकी ! ख. आम्लजन औ जलजनकी यी कस्ती मधुर मिलन ! कस्ती तरल मिलन ! दुई प्रेमीले संसार बसाए यस जलमा ! दुई बिलाई एक बनेथ्यो तत्व यसैमा, कोमलमा ! … Continue reading

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Poem – Prodigal

You could drive out of this country and attack the world with your ambition, invent wonder plasmas, become an artist of the provocative gesture, the suggestive nod, you could leave wanting the world and return carrying it, a noisy bundle … Continue reading

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Poem – The Patriots

at the edge of the city in the garbage dump where the trucks never stop unloading a crazy congregation stumbles from trashmound to trashheap they smash their fists down on whatever’s intact they tear to bits the pitifew items that … Continue reading

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Poem – Any Other Time

ALL of us play our very best game— Any other time. Golf or billiards, it’s all the same— Any other time. Lose a match and you always say, “Just my luck! I was ‘off’ to-day! I could have beaten him … Continue reading

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Poem – Death

Going to sleep, I cross my hands on my chest. They will place my hands like this. It will look as though I am flying into myself.

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Poem – Moonlight

The stars around the fair moon fade Against the night, When gazing full she fills the glade And spreads the seas with silvery light.

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