EPILOGUE

By Gopal Lahiri 

The crescent moon suggests a medieval face,
a more troubling undercurrent;
giving a hint of drama and hazard.

swirling and vicious circles of tiny stars
manage to capture the dichotomy of
the grandeur and banality of summer night.

the shadowy landscape at a distance
creating a disturbing illusion screen,
deconstructs the search of soul mate.

the steady wind and the fallen leaves
find a manic harmony together- crafting
the surreal effect that captures the moment;

an abandoned home signals a dark spirit
believe it or not, the enemy within
forms a compelling cohesive postscript.


About the author: Gopal Lahiri was born and grew up in Kolkata. A post graduate in Geology, he works as a Geoscientist and currently lives in Mumbai, India. He is a bilingual poet, writer, editor and translator and widely published in Bengali and English language. His English poetry books include ‘Silent Steps’ and ‘Living Inside’ and four POD books published by Lulu, USA. His translation works in Bengali ‘Not Just Milk and Honey’, (published by NBT, India), a collection of short stories of Israel is widely acclaimed. He has recently edited (Jointly with Kiriti Sengupta) a poetry anthology – ‘Scaling heights’, published by Authorspress, New Delhi. [Read More]


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