Not mere strings, weightless, swimming in the space randomly.
Kill… like the hemlock administered one day in 399 BC to a 70-year-old that had displeased the gods and a city famous for democracy!
Glow like pearls..occasionally.
Make you cross oceans
Blaze old trails buried in history.
Tell me, dear.
Would you now wound/maim and kill me?
Or, Heal/revive an ageing body?
Or, Murder old conventions
And re-create newer narratives?
© Sunil Sharma
Mumbai-based, Sunil Sharma has published 14 books, some solo; some joint. A recipient of the UK-based Destiny Poets’ inaugural Poet of the Year award—2012. His poems were published in the UN project: Happiness: The Delight-Tree-2015.
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