My Father Stays In The Heaven

Poem By Paramananda Mahanta

My father stays in the heaven

Why you tossed with the moons and stars
In the unseen chamber ofsky,
With an immune vastness
Suffers me only to try.

I know my vision is the horizon
And you are within the doors of emptiness,
In the blind beach of heaven
In the shadows of twinkling calmness.

When my mother was workingabroad
As the second engine you carriedour loads,
And moved ahead my crawling limbs
To set my bones in worldly things.

Now my little heart is shaken so low
Taste the tasteless for aching blow,
Without your catering hands andeyes
Peeping from the tricky windows of the sky.

Wait there till my earlyreturn
To show you my merchant son,
When he spites me as old and ill
And throws me foryour starry mansion.

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Paramananda Mahanta
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Comments about My Father Stays In The Heaven

Beautiful words I know my visions in horizon And you're within the doors of emptiness.

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