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I Dream

A Poem by:

Durlabh Singh

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I dream of verse

That will lighten

The heaviness of spirit

Restoring mind

To some reflecting regions.


I dream of verse

That will move away

From stone circles

Where the demons walk

Clutching strangers

Riding in howdahs

Of elephants and phantoms.


To avoid wolf pits

Or some alluring smiles

Treasuring the shades

For reflections in pools

Some contemplations

Watery constructions of cool.


I dream of travel

To remoter lands

Where under Jacaranda trees

Breezes shower mauve petals

Declaring a clarioned call

The advent of the spring.


Durlabh Singh
Copyright © 2002

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