Debasish Majumder

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Fight and fight till they are doom

A cry intensely hovers on us and consistently loom

I cannot realize who is my enemy

With whom I have been asked to fight with what fancy

Eye for an eye, triggering us to vie

It may yield for us to have only one eye

Light years will no longer be gauged

Human's cornea will surely deprived from its food 

Without blood vessels its stainability and enrichment with multifaceted vision

Virtually will be collapsed with perpetual transition

In fights thus only emerge to disrupt our inherent navigation!

Owing to human eye

We human can enjoy the entire spectrum and utter delectable cry

But nature's intriguing design of mirror image

The color at the bottom we tend to hold at the top with our fancy for subterfuge

I am amused and bemused with seven colors

The rainbow in the firmament only draws my attention with an intriguing agreement

Nature's attribution is unique with amazing hues

Nature's bounty we all enjoy who are also nature's product with contradictory ruse

 Surprisingly nature's products all contradict with its own origin

Fighting against nature is an inherent feature ingrained within product's paradigm!

Cloud flouts in the blue sky

Bolt from the blue sometimes occur to bemuse us and warn us of season's unconditional tie

Wind blows to navigate cloud without much roar

Sometimes it sway in a certain direction

Sometimes it float opposite to attract our vision

We too sway from one ideology to other at random

Not able to realize the nature's phenomenon and unable to fathom

Oscillating from one pole to other

Our eccentricity only reveals sometimes abruptly with rapture

Not knowing we are beckoning our own jeopardy

Digging our own ditch with sheer disparity

Top and bottom are two stances continuously in a process of changing

Law of inertia establishing its complacency in a phenomenal rhythm

Change is a constant mechanism centuries long existing

Various social fabric being changed and refurbished by myriad with huge enthusiasm!


We human can realize the magnitude but not necessarily the direction

Human civilization whether a scalar quantity, I too wonder

Humanity now being largely suppressed 

Dissenters are subjected to state's atrocity and greatly oppressed

Everywhere there is sheer stupidity

Majority's voices being gagged by minority's alluring pretext with cacophony

Onus from getting rid from infamy too lie on minority

Who numerous times shown the light of hope for majority with utter rationality

World history being scripted to uphold their glory

Though few but their composition and configuration is still a matter of quandary!

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Fay Vietmeier

6 months ago #8

John Rylance Great word John "nubivagant" .. I shall tuck that away .. wandering in the clouds, moving through the air .. I have a friend from Bulgaria .. that at times has told me walking in the clouds .. as in too far from earth ;~) One thought about clouds connects them to air .. and reminds me of God's Spirit .. moving with His Spirit "The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.” - John 3

Fay Vietmeier

6 months ago #7

Debasish Majumder A lovely poem Debasish One seldom thinks about the dilemma that might be in a cloud. Such clouds would be dark .. I look around and see the possibilities .. You always make me think .. I share your poem hoping others .. look up and see .. all that clouds might be

Fay Vietmeier

6 months ago #6

Eye for an eye, triggering us to vie It may yield for us to have only one eye "An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind." Gandhi

John Rylance

6 months ago #5

I came across this adjective. Nubivagrant It describes the wandering in the clouds, moving through the air. An image which matches much of your poem

Pascal Derrien

6 months ago #4

Cloudy with a chance of clarity in the end :-)

Jerry Fletcher

7 months ago #3

Debasish, You color my days with thoughts like these.

Debasish Majumder

7 months ago #2

Jerry Fletcher,

Debasish Majumder

7 months ago #1

John Rylance

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