Invisible Window, poetry written by Guna Moran at Spillwords.com

Invisible Window

Invisible Window

written by: Guna Moran

@GunaMoran

translated by: Bibekananda Choudhury

 

When you are not beside me
I open the window
In your absence
I see the red-blue butterflies through the window
in the garden outside
None that I see
the beauty of that garden
When you are beside me
the window remains closed
In your presence
the garden of the closed room
is filled with hummings of the bee
No one sees
No one hears
that divine hum
anyone except you

Guna Moran

Guna Moran

Guna Moran is an international poet and book reviewer. His poems are published in more than 150 international magazines, journals, webzines, blogs, newspapers, anthologies and have been translated into thirty languages around the world. He has three poetry books to his credit. He lives in Assam, India.
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