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Sankhajit Bhattacharjee Poem 238

Scientific Research Fellow in University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

A Love Story

He watches her acting to get rid of stress,

she watches his cricket to increase her stamina-

they are made for each other:

rather committed to one another.

Bees have an eternal relationship with flowers,

so between birds and dawn,

so between wind and ripples.

Flowers' charm attract bees, bees collect nectar,

bees make honey, pollination occurs...

Birds leave their nests when

the first light of dawn reaches their eyes

to break the reticence of night, to welcome a new day.

Wind blows to draw designs on the face of water-

we call them ripples;

the ripples add beat to the blowing wind.

Cricket is an art, acting too.

Two artists stay and work together-

this is art of love.

A story ends but a love story never,

that gallops and gallops-

it is the another name of time.

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