I Fly Again, a poem written by Monobina Nath at Spillwords.com

I Fly Again

I Fly Again

written by: Monobina Nath



Don’t pity me,
It’s suffocating.
I’m lying on a stone-
To breathe, to fly again.

I kept my wings
In a tin box.
It’s painful to see- stained,
Chained, to fall again.

The blood is
Dropping in musical mode.
I don’t have time
To shame and sob.

I kissed my wings
And cut them off-
They lost their control
Over nerves and drops.

I check them-
They are alive
Or not,
They lost their breath…

I fly again
Without my wings.
Thank you God!!
I lose to win.

Monobina Nath

Monobina Nath

I'm Monobina Nath, a poetess living in Kolkata, India. I'm an undergraduate student of English honours in Brahmananda Keshab Chandra College. I started my journey of poetry from my college days, and my poems published in anthology- "Chrysanthemum", newspaper- “The International Times”, “Meghalaya Times”, Indian Periodical. Magazines- Evepoetry, Setu Bilingual, TechTouch Talk, seven poems in Ode to a Poetess and various e-magazines. I got selected in National Bilingual Poetry Competition in 2021. I'm working on women's writings these days.
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