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Gautami Phookan Poems
Equipped with feathers, in the wind it flows Ascends, comes down and flourishes on blue; above the sea, beyond the dark and deep, my love extends and balances, on wings....
Inside the Crystal Night
A lighthouse blinked deep in the shadows' gray a fog-horn bordered at the distanced lines, few stars were scattering above the bay
Apollo And Daphne
Silver floats the moon and boughs slender sway, fleeing on her trembling breath her light feet braves. Rising of the lea in the dappled grey,
Revelling In The Rain
Revelling in the rain That goes tapping on my back. I twirl, 'am in no haste; With a weedy leafy dirndle
Touch Me- Dusk
I walk through the woods swirling whiteness, thick blanket of mist;
Upon the bed of fallen leaves How fair the blossoms lay, Silver the night, And silver the streams are veiled.
Sound of the - - birch urged some tardy trav'ler,
Faces Inside a Window
The only sound, whistle of a quail; That breaks in upon the tranquility. From the treetops glows the yellow moon, Suddenly tossed, as a draught twists through
Her Swan Song
'You are a lovely singing bird outside my window. I open my window and you become a flower scent and a breeze that passes through my hair.' ... Spun from the dark clouds from the night before
Hark The Bell Rings
Hark! the bell rings. Dusky clouds loom across the dale,
June Bells Flowering Under The Tress
Scarce had it rain'd - blue hued drops showering down; in the witching hour I rode, where the earth is overrun by weeds,
Flowers By The River And A Boat
Red poppies in a field 'mid green stalks, Where bathed in gold I often see you roam. Across three fields- red earth, then a river; And it wends through the woods carving a sliver.
When I've Gathered Lilies White
A flower crushed under the snow soon dies, A winter heart that's frozen in the ice; O'er my feathers embrace the cold of the wind, I fear the mute chill shrouded in velvet guise.
Feathers In The Pond
~ 'Flamingos in pink plumes, spread all that silken fluff; pink ripples in air.'~
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
(10 December 1830 – 15 May 1886)
(26 April 1564 - 23 April 1616)
(12 July 1904 – 23 September 1973)
Edgar Allan Poe
(19 January 1809 - 7 October 1849)
(1 February 1902 – 22 May 1967)
(31 May 1819 - 26 March 1892)
(31 October 1795 – 23 February 1821)
Equipped with feathers, in the wind it flows
Ascends, comes down and flourishes on blue;
above the sea, beyond the dark and deep,
my love extends and balances, on wings....
For you it stands above horizon's edge,
an arrow swift and lodged on pining breast;
unspoken words that hang on fluttered breath
as you return, sweet blossoms on my lips.
You speak of ageless love, endeared in dreams
against the stills of frozen, winter grey,
joined, drifting mates eternity shall bring,
hence both our aching souls shall be redeemed....