Ma'hulika-37

Poem By dipak adhya

Now there is a subtle crack
Between me and Ma'hulika.
It numbs me and I can't think more
Once I told her
What is the destiny of this unrequited love?
She laughed
And replied
All the rivers don't fall into the oceans
Some of them are interstate river...
In my imagination I see
Only vast sandy land
Over a large track.

Comments about Ma'hulika-37

Even nature can't stop the flow What is destined to happen Often rules the time it's alloted And she would surely bow Knowing enmity with time is utter loss Let the river flow Making the sandy track Look like river of gold Let the river flow Let the river flow. Beautiful words. But there must be some other words that might be cause of distress not that all rivers don't meet the ocean, somewhere someway they do make it.
Rivers always flow And do meet sea Joining one or other Until it's not made it River never fails For it only knows to flow Ma'hulika maybe aware of this


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