Give Me Some Noise
written by: Sudeep Adhikari
The roads are leeching alien blood, not red enough
to be mine. Concrete cadavers,
they don’t speak with me, but scream at my face
on a rainy September day.
My city is just one
gigantic fucking anxiety; Goddammit !
A beautiful pain, almost a poem.
Peel the orange raincoats. Watch the sewers throwing
up on holy waters, fumes of lust and dust.
At the moment, all I need is a self-effacing kiss,
like the way breezes make love with
the clouds. A kill that builds rainfall, roses and frogs.
Cables are dancing, and I am sliding down
the slope of colored birds. Please give me some
noise for the peace of my No-Mind.
Sudeep Adhikari is a Structural Engineer from Kathmandu, Nepal. His poetry has found place in many online/print literary journals/magazines, the recent being Red Fez (USA), Kyoto (Japan), Uneven Floor (Australia), Dark Matter Journal (USA), Open Mouse (Scotland), Outsider Poetry (USA), Devolution Z (Canada) and Pinyon Review (USA).
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