When all these happened?

Naran By Naran, 12th Dec 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/f_6n563v/
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The wind is blowing outside and in the mind.
when and from where it started?
let us listen to its whistles...

When it Started?

When it started?
the winds hanging everything in its hands!
From the top of the silver mountains?
From the head of the pines?

A thunder out of the clear sky!
the flock of birds tried to hung to the branches,
and the wear down sun covered by the dust,
-it blown!
When it happened?
We were tiered with our long hours work
and peeping stomach?
Children were not yet came back..
What happened to their school?

The peasants were not get out of the
fields and
the fishermen were far away in the sea
in their canoes..

I was in my bed
after a trauma, he given..
The green window curtains dragged.
The hanging lamp from the top
fell down with a sound of fear.
I am hearing.
the screaming sound of lambs
I am hearing the siren alarming the
But How I can?
body is not moving,
Pain is throbbing.
eyes are filled with Lava
it is flowing endlessly to time...

When all these happened?
I was sleeping in her black curled
hair, which brought all dreams to me
which given all colors to me..

the storm dancing above the wild!
why it is not getting down?

from dawn to dusk
through all the seasons, it roaring
and galloping.
come and share me the hand
Let me to stand up and
see the lost horizons.

note: pine - name of one type of conifer


Flock Of Birds, Lamb, Lava, Silver Mountains, Trauma

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author avatar Naran
Fond of writing in Malayalam and English. Poems and Short stories. Also works on sociology and social Psychology as the Social Scientist to Medical Education Department

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author avatar Denise O
12th Dec 2010 (#)

Good read my friend.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Naran
13th Dec 2010 (#)

thank you
Your reading contributing more in my writing.

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