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You Go Alone


Durlabh Singh

You go alone among the rocks

Breathing the destiny of dawn

And scuttled red sky will inhale

Lapsed airs for azure morning.

And when the spell gets broken

Through calm contemplation

I will close my eyes to heap

Some other vagrant image

And cliff tops will shout

Pointing to the vagaries

Of approaching shadows

Cast out by stiff destinations.

Mouth upon mouth now tasting

Past memories without regret

Tongue upon tongue to explore

Clocked dark stone circles of fell.

For the movements of hills

Feeding cool waters to skeletons

Some stubborn songs hiding

In order to burn like dry tinders.

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