My Mind

Poem By Bichitra Anand

My mind, a pampas
Lying, glaring towards the open sky
A babbling mountain stream
An angry fireball sometimes
Blazing in summer
A lonely dove lamenting
In dark silent midnight.

Sometimes I feel,
Mind possess no existence
I am mindless, a monk
Traveller towards a Cypress destination
Unable to track exact lane to go
Move forward some furlongs
Back again some yards in slow pace
To change direction
For a unrequite horizon.

Feel weary, stop, sit, nap
My blank body panic
Rest somewhere in a tavern
For a while
Under a grand Banyan tree
With warm company of an unknown peer
To procure strength
Vigour and courage
To move forward, forward
And forward anew
Destination not fixed
Never settled
I am mindless, thought less
This is my mind.

Comments about My Mind

An insightful and compelling composition, well conceived and elegantly brought forth with conviction. Thanks for sharing.
Great poetry, Bichitra. Read my poem Love and L u s t. Thanks
My mind, a pampas Lying, glaring towards the open sky A babbling mountain stream An angry fireball sometimes Blazing in summer A lonely dove lamenting In dark silent midnight.- - A great philosophical write, thanks for sharing.
After all what is mind? A dove, a traveller or a pampas. Nice deep thought.
A lovely dove lamenting, great line, each one is dove but in sorrows


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