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Rishik Duttagupta

Abstract Children Stories Drama


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Rishik Duttagupta

Abstract Children Stories Drama


A Wish

A Wish

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I wish I were a poet,

Not like any other,

In the long list of wishes may be another addition,

My pen, like a key to a piano,

When touched in a spring noon,

Would break my monotony.


The languid humming of a cuckoo,

Would mellow in its sweet words.

The senses esoteric,

Would gain life in my words.

I do smile, when alone,

At my thoughts, at my naivety.


But I do have a right to dream;

They say poets are dreamers,

So am I a poet, or

Am I asleep.

The impotency of my ink does grasp my soul,

Do I hear my soul whimper?


The mundane thoughts, the dull desires,

The paralysed thoughts,

Are suitors to my incapacity

To sit quietly and still.

I wish I were a poet.


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