Wednesday, April 4, 2012

NOBODY

The solo plant on my

window sill waits for me

every evening.


A curious pigeon sits

at the same spot

and observes my tea

and reading.


Long ago Emily*

said " I am a nobody , are you a nobody too?"

Now I know

what she meant.



* a reference to Emily Dickinson.
THIS POEM IS NOW PART OF RUPKATHA JOURNAL OF INTERDISCPLINARY STUDIES IN HUMANITIES,ISSUE 3,NUMBER4,2011.
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE JOURNAL


http://rupkatha.com/V3/n4/25_Poetry_V3N4.pdf
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