Posted on July 22, 2014 by Sweta Gyanu Baniya
While taking a returning flight home to simulacra ( Louisville) ~ I read poems in the packet but ended up scribbling poems in the Orange folder itself…and with LEFT HAND 🙂
The poem of Coffee
The sweetness I discarded
As a fashion or style
Turned out to be a habit ~ so bad
How can one enjoy
Bitterness as a “Choice”
Everytime when I get
A cup of warm coffee
The black one, deep deep black
I enjoy this obsession of
Am I fake?
Or is the coffee without Sugar?
( Written after getting a cup of coffee from the Flight attendant)
The poem of affection
When you are cold
I transfer my heat to you
By rubbing hands
And with the warmth of my small heart
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Posted on June 15, 2014 by Sweta Gyanu Baniya
Telling a Tale of The Time, Fourth Street, Louisville
Mornings are the nights
And Nights are the days
Thousands miles away
I encounter with…
A Victorian Clock
Telling a tale of Zoning
Reminding swaps of the dusk and dawn
Welcomes to another time-belt
Perhaps the “Post-modernity”?
Patches of pain around jet-lagged body
Puns of appetite – Why so hungry every time?
A packet of noodles brought from home
Devouring in secret
And nobody knows
Look what the watch says ?
But turning eyes, there is a vacant dark Night
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