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Durlabh Singh

Rocking the horse of darkness in a sea saw

Escaping from sweltering debris of confines

A resolve for illuminations, less stultifying

Than the soundless voices of the tears

The children dying of the hunger

Mute animals slaughtered in the fears.

It happened that I have

An aptitude for the depths of being

An aptitude for neglects by slumbers

An aptitude for opacity of wonders

To let in sidereal spaces of emptiness

Not sultry smells of worldly adherence

But badges of courage for hopes renewed.

Fare forwarding from antique shores

To save my body and the skull

Even in endowment of the catastrophe

I will find some vehicle in limpid living

Float winged surges under the directions

In collision with battlements against fevers.

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