My Solitary Utopia
Take me to the place where I could slide upon the bliss,
Take me to the place where I could be the felicity in disguise.
For now I want to be free from the strands of pain ans sorrow,
And get isolated from all the breaths connected to me.
Take me to a path where a big carpet of shed leaves is laid,
Take me to the night where the swaying stars are directing me the way.
For I want to wander alone on the eternal itinerary,
And imprint my footsteps on the path that will sing the songs of my life.
Take me to the bushy clouds far above the sky for a while,
Take me to a raindrop that be my magical carpet to fly me away.
For now its been too long that I haven't rest and slept,
And need to sleep in the lap of flowers making dew my pillow.
Take me to the oyster to give me birth as a pearl,
Take me to a a silkworm to bear me into a soft silk.
For I want to be that lucky one having a reincarnation,
And having my first break of the day as a purest nugget.
I wish I was a wizard and could play my magic upon anything,
Then I would not need my heart to take me all around.
I wish I could awol for a while and could adjure in absurdity,
Then I would not need my envisioned utopia to be in euphoria.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
This world is not a utopia and reality is not a fantasy.
You need to bare and adjust yourself accordingly to be the survival of the fittest.
Though you can make a world of your own and escape into it,
but for how long you can pursue to be an escapist.
Someday you have to surface the sea to face the reality.
Comments about this poem (My Solitary Utopia by Rakshita Gupta )
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