Raghavendra Nayak

(29 october 1987 / Sirwar, Manvi, Karnataka St)

About Thee (VI)


Pain is poison,
Poison is death,
Death is dark,
Dark is sleep,
Sleep is snake
(Snake is snake)
(Scorpio is Scorpio)
Man is all
Embrace
Was & is
No
More or less,
Friend! Father look’d for nest,
Thy already fled from the golden-rest,
Almighty, lock & give the medicine of mind
Is the light
Distract & depart
The dark
Is
Night …

Submitted: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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