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Salai Kulamani Birlasekar

Abstract Drama Classics


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Salai Kulamani Birlasekar

Abstract Drama Classics


Happy Halt

Happy Halt

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I walked from an empty and barren land

With bruised toes into the lush garden;

Witnessing vivid sprightly smiling flowers,

Made me dance dazzle with them

Forgetting the past,

Healing the dreadful traces of wounds,

Suddenly in a mad ramble,

Got hit by a slender tree

Brimming with young and new leaves...


Flutterbies fluttered in my gut;

Never knew they can hibernate

For a decade... glad they are alive!

I keep going to the tree:

To have fluttering poetic moments;

I run far from the tree:

For jittering sensual moments I feel;

It is just a halt of happiness,

I am a voyager:

Have long distance to cover!


Indeed, one of a kind inspiring lush green;

But immovable by nature...

Indeed, I foresee the departure!

Let me not meddle this joy

With the unknown future...

When the time demands to backpack,

Walk away with a goodbye:

Letting my flutterbies to hibernate again...


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