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Vermin Drabbles of Disquiet

written by: Debasish Parashar

@MrDevParashar

 

Vermin Drabbles of Disquiet
Like a monsoon
Drifting on the Aegean sea
You made promises of love
A winter rainy
Spellbound in life's Sahara
You made promises of love

My Banjara evenings
Drowned in tea cups
Made no noise
Vermin drabbles of disquiet
Had no poise

Getting dry in spells of rain
Is your old habit
I know
Measures of your laughter
Amphibious
Never mine you know?

There are times when you love to love the times
A cliche
Tired of times
I wonder
If time had two dimensions
Could have drawn a perfect circle
On a perfect plane
With two centers
(A realist you know!)
But dimensions are three
And you!

These wasted hours
Could have fetched the best prices
If traded like commodities
In Futures market
I wish!
But I can't
Dear love...
Like a monsoon drowned in The Aegean sea
You made promises of love
Of  love, monsoons and recollections.

Debasish Parashar

Debasish Parashar

Debasish Parashar is an art and culture enthusiast, singer, lyricist, multilingual poet based in New Delhi, India. He is an Assistant Professor of English literature at the University of Delhi. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Advaitam Speaks Literary journal. He hassung for 'In Search of God' and 'Raag'. His write-up on Majuli has been listed amongst top 100 online #worldheritagesites stories globally in May 2016 by Agilience Authority Index. His works have appeared in Sentinel Literary Quarterly, Scarlet Leaf Review, Enclave/Entropy, Praxis magazine, Expound, Indiana Voice Journal, Asian Signature, Five2One, Mused, Gazeta National (Albanian translations), Muse India, The Australia Times and elsewhere. Debasish's works are featured in three international anthologies namely 'Where Are You From ?' (English/Persian) (New York), 'Apple Fruits of an Old Oak' (U.S.A) and 'Dandelion in a Vase of Roses' (U.S.A).
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