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written by: Adnan Shafi (Adi)


Cataclysm crying gust-
No hankering, attenuated

Scrunching afterimage
of the repugnant and
pragmatical rendering
of Cataclysm,
High-pitched shouts
from countenances
in the dale, the suzerainty
of politically villainous
withdrawing of the caitiff

Such misanthropical,
standoffish, underfoot
facet of subsistence
in which nary a soul
is worrisome in the
circadian protoplasm
of the hoi polloi of the
desiccated land,

No apotheosis,
element of a man
seems downtrodden
and subservient.

Adnan Shafi (Adi)

Adnan Shafi (Adi)

Young Adnan Shafi, (23) was born and brought up in a middle class educated Bhat family, which belongs to Chandrigam in Tral area of Kashmir valley. He is a poet, writer, columnist, translator, short story writer and reviewer. His poetry book "TEARS FALL IN MY HEART' depicts sorrows and vicissitudes of life. There are various hues in his poems ranging from love to loneliness and despair. Besides, his poetry is replete with simplicity of thought and language. Some of the poems are autobiographical in nature which relate to his own life’s vows.
Adnan Shafi (Adi)

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