A Tall Man

Poem By Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya

i saw atall man on the road
a crescent moon showed up in his matted hair
and i longed to greet him and i bowed
and he vanished into thin air
the crescent moon shot forth to the skies

it was the hour when the wolf howls and the hyena cries

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