ramesh rai

Gold Star - 12,226 Points (13.12.1955 / howrah)

Introduction


I have come to thy door
with the emotion of thy love
now you ask me my introduction

It is like earth
asking the introduction of sky
who has covered it days and night

It is like rain
asking the introduction of cloud
who has kept in his heart

Yet you ask my introduction

You ask my introduction
from the tides of ocean

You ask my introduction
from the gale

You ask my introduction
from the sun and the moon

You ask my introduction from stars
twinkling on sky over night

Does the flower asks the fragrance
what is thy introduction

Do you think me gallio
No.
I am more responsible
Yes, you can not manure the fragrance
it will spread certainly

You can not see blue sky during night
it has to be invisible
the rain has to be dropped
these are natural phenomenon
But I am not poltroon
nor I am fugitive
You can not pincer me
because I am frenzy

I can not stay more
at a time.

It does not mean
you will forget me
and ask my introduction

I am yours, yours and yours only
and none.

Submitted: Saturday, August 18, 2012

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