Moushumi moushumi


Pigeon's Plight


'(Craving from one place to another
For a false death with feathered life) '
Written in a paper-
A cushioned pigeon
Engrossed at my grimace ballad-
A dream finishing the final act to play-
The pigeon’s plight achieved the
Tensed past of beating waves...
“(Pigeons past, dream lasts
And the ballad still in turn....) ”

25/9/08

Submitted: Thursday, September 25, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, September 09, 2009

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