Aletheia written by Bitupan Das at



written by: Bitupan Das



Climbing the mountain hollow,

To Finding thee.

Climbing like a spider,

But dark clouds above me.

Laughing like thunderstorm,

Climbing arachnid me.

Gravity is my best foe,

But like to play with thee.

But you give me the free fall,

To meet the dream of me.


Now I can see mountain hollow,

Black hole every dream,

Infinity is my address,

And gravity within me.



Aletheia (Ancient Greek: ἀλήθεια) is truth or disclosure in philosophy. The literal meaning of the word Aletheia is “the state of not being hidden; the state of being evident.” It also means factuality or reality.

By this poem, I want to show you the other side of the truth that we probably know but we refused to accept its truth. Maybe only death can. Maybe this is the limit only we know about. Maybe after death furthermore journey of a soul, we will know. And more truth. Now, this is the maximum possible distance that I can travel, in search of truth. Remember nothing is absolute.

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