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To Grow


Durlabh Singh

To grow more feathers of remembrance

After flying past over the land of memories

To draw help from birds of silvery tones

Or from crystal candles and the butterflies

Amid some union of the vital breaths

In perfumed sufferings for a transmute.

To call upon rainbows for gaudy colours

Or the wolf dogs for their hoary howls

In lute stringed bundles carried by clouds

Arrow headed bodies in sharpened growls

An echo of wanderings of the secret kind

Stilling the poisons of the strident mind.

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