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Susanta Pattnayak Poems
She dreams, no more. The rise and the fall of the waves, the dancing of the breeze, the symphony of the wind,
When from its nest, the babyish sun Nestles in my window, curls Into my room, snuggles Down into my blanket, cuddles
Flowers and the Stars
High above is the garden Wide and long, far and beyond And when on earth the night falls With its velvety veil
When dark drops down through the pine pins And when a baby dove Closes herself to her mother's warm wings Then, through the stripes of the coconut leaves
My Universe, So Is Yours
Stars, galaxies, clusters and super-clusters This is my universe of some billion light years, So is yours.. Riding a light beam, I darted for yours,
On Sixty-Sixth Independence day
Sixty-Five and I'm hearty and strong My Children, you'r so young Young 'r your dreams Fearless your mind
I may die unknown Buried, burnt or may be thrown Into some corner of a hell Than to long for a life
A Bright sunny day after days of incessa...
A bright sunny day After days of incessant rain When thin silvery clouds pass leisurely Wind is also in no hurry
The herons, flamingos, the stocks Leaving winter behind their shoulders Shedding memory moisten feathers Fly my lake in flocks, high over
A cool winter morning, dawn gently approaching the doorstep, when I set to the open surprised, to see my lawn, turn
My Heart For Every Human
Draw lines on Earth Bind me to a region Do not impress lines In my heart and forbid me
Mountain Never Demands Your Vision
Mountain, the priceless abode of exquisite landscape and nostalgic tranquility Alike, a behemoth archive of some priceless crust Look, as your vision carries your sight,
When, I Closed My Eyes
I never knew One can see with closed eyes Till, I closed my eyes.
Why Seek Solitude..?
Fly with a fairy little wind Flow with a misty little spring Sing with the humming bees Dance with a courteous daisy
Comments about Susanta Pattnayak
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She dreams, no more.
The rise and the fall of the waves,
the dancing of the breeze,
the symphony of the wind,
the colors of the seasons,
the twilight, moonlit nights
all cease in smoke
under the suffocating arms of
some demonic beast
who ruptures her to dust.
She dreams no more.
Dreams have gathered dust
also a thick coat of rust.
Blurry in her mind, the day,
when she was caged
her voice was squashed
her wings were clipped
and was passed from hand to hand
for mere amusement and joy.
She dreams of
her mother, her ...