Untold Mystery

Dust laden greenery, planted
on a divider of the busy road, smiles;
with every honk of the whizzing wheels

Roots are fenced
by concrete and steel
That tar you along
with long and curvy roads
And you pause a smile from afar
Laughing at the buzzing traffic signals

Every shoot from the industrial chimney
Paint your face black.
Wilted, you crunch a smile
Till corporation truck
Muck you far away on a stinking hill

How you shovel
Your earthy smile
Towards a broader space somewhere
into the sky
It rain
An untold mystery to me

5 thoughts on “Untold Mystery

    1. tapeshwar Post author

      This is very precious of thy comments dear Sir Louis Kasatkin. How others think this poetry is a compact of startling imagery, lures me to the notion that; seeing an ocean waves one thinks of a bump on it’s surface instead of one linear whole, a flux towards its end.

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  1. tapeshwar Post author

    This is very precious of thy comments dear Sir Louis Kasatkin. How others think this poetry is a compact of startling imagery, lures me to the notion that; seeing an ocean waves one thinks of a bump on it’s surface instead of one linear whole, a flux towards its end.

    Reply

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