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Debasish Majumder

Abstract Inspirational Others


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Debasish Majumder

Abstract Inspirational Others


Infantile Disorder? A Conundrum!

Infantile Disorder? A Conundrum!

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My kid is continuously disturbing and annoying, making me agitating

To calm him, I am showing him the Moon which is glowing

He too started to staring at it and responding to my denoted Moon

What a lovely heavenly object nature offers to satiate our souls in recluse

Though it is the natural satellite of Earth

Still we mortals feel attracted by it without any dearth

What a bliss it hovers on us

We hardly could relate lunar with lunacy in any farce!


Sometimes the floating cloud shadowing the Moon

But I along with my kid gazing with wonder at Moon

What a lovely object it is

Centuries long drawing mortals attention out of its gravity on its revolving orbit and axis!


While I enjoy the bounty of nature standing on a cliff

Cloud too engulfed and drenching me without changing my configuration which is stiff

My ideas too float like cloud

Sometimes touches the Moon's surface and express ecstasy in loud

I wonder whether it has any simile with Neutrino

Like charge less mass continuously piercing me without any clout like innuendo

Truly nature is an enigma

Where dreams navigate us to explore nature's floor to widen our vista with grand panorama!


My kid suddenly drew my attention

Though weak and feeble, but having with me a strong interaction

He once more started to cry in loud

Not wicked, but ignorant and forced me to shower my affection on him with proud!



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