Night-Table

Poem By CHOUDHURI SUKUMAR

Whom do I bestow this chill, this full moon haunt
Many images sparkle on night-table
Mounting water course
Within ugres are turning vivid
Suspending my own
Hanging
Upside down

Fragments of self
Revel in isolation now
Every iota alone

Who wins this moony detour
This bankrupt eve
Who knows

Comments about Night-Table

That opening line is brilliant...as is of course the whole thing, I am very much enjoying your pieces!
Great poem! I feel the sadness...


Rating Card

5,0 out of 5
2 total ratings

Other poems of SUKUMAR

My Petty Greed

People with petty greed ~ how much do they get
Not all people have big-sized greeds
We very ordinary
bunch of people with petty greed

A Rising

And some late afternoons
become loaded with memories for him.

Sitting under the hot tiled roof, he perspires

A Solitary Composition

Amidst the desolate ocean inhabited an afflicted oyster
I have retrieved it from an abandoned sandhill
It had adhered so long in aslumbering zone, alone, a Gem

Biograph

Know a little
Better to know a little
We are dimly lit
With darkness unlimited

Ethereal

In the bath-house
where birds' nests emit aroma ~ Afrique,
I shall take you today
for a display of sparrows in coitus.