Treasure Island

Spandan Bhattacharyya

(17.03.1968 / Kolkata, India)

Nameless Dreams


(1)
Staggered and stumbled
I found myself alone, oneday.
Living in solitude with patches of dreams,
only once the sun rose,
then it's all anguish.

(2)
With deep contemplation
I watched the setting sun.
The sea beckoned,
like the prohibited look of the dense cloud,
was there any moon that night.

(3)
All is quiet, with the
gradually disappearing dream.
Vacant mind traverse the unknown road,
and the air is filled with the smell of ashes.

Original language: Bengali,
Name of the poet: Bitasta Ghosal,
Name of the translator: Spandan Bhattacharyya.

Submitted: Sunday, May 14, 2006
Edited: Sunday, May 14, 2006

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