A Journey

Poem By Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya

I didnot board on a train

I didnot go by bus

I heard from the lips of a crane

That a transport is available

Inside the cave ofa tree

No sooner than I entered the cave

There was a cavity that gobbled me up

And now I am here among you

Longing for this mans scope

And that mans talent

Comments about A Journey

Highly metaphorical and symbolist…’Cave’ where every permutations and combinations are made either innate or from external inputs …indeed a genius poetry Kaku … thanks for sharing Regards Ms. Nivedita UK 10/10
True to the heart! ! ! Thanks for sharing! !
the journey of man to excellence with great desire and passion. a 10.

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