Treasure Island

Debanjan Dhar

(14.6.1989 / Calcutta)

I brought you a whine


Stay by me as I gamble away a life
See, I am eagle and why don’t you be the sky?
See, I am green and why, you could be life.
See, I am a pill, be sleep if you could.
It is time you had been the moonlight
And not the tears dressed as perspiration.
So, I look at point black so I could see you
Show me the steps to simplification of the sum
So many hellos and hi – distant and sans arguments
But I know there is no place for me
On the scorching afternoon in their inner room.
Stay nearby and look at me when it is time
See, I am the blues and I could smile if you be the groove.
See, I am illness. Why don’t you be romanticism?
See, I am delirium and you could be intelligence.

Submitted: Thursday, December 12, 2013
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