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My Narrow Evening

written by: Aneek Chatterjee


Lights came one after another,
shinning on the bonnet
of immobile car

through an emotional curtain,
embarrassed grass,
a twilight & glass pane

Surreal paintings i made,
on a dull, dark sky
with an orange, pinkish shade

Hospital bed, trolley
watch the descent of
winter evening, melancholy

Aneek Chatterjee

Aneek Chatterjee

Aneek Chatterjee is an Indian poet and academic from Kolkata and author of “Seaside Myopia: A Book of Poems” (Cyberwit, 2018). His recent credits are: The Stray Branch, Ann Arbor Review, Montreal Writes, Duane's PoeTree, Scryptic Magzine of Alternative Art and Literature, The Pangolin Review, The Literary Yard, Taj Mahal Review, Eskimo Pie, Chicago Record Magazine; and poems in eight antholgies, all published from the USA.
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