JUNE POETRY

May 29, 2013 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

June poets: Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, Michael kweku Kesse Somuah, Charles Kame Aidoo and Ian Stewart Black.

 

 

 

The Broken Destiny of Poetry: To Rahmat Haidari and Sajia Hussain of Afghanistan

By

Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah

 

 

If our hopes and dreams

are not allies to the fertile passions

of our inner selves

but broken into junctures of silence-

our thoughts would be infertile

to the currency of art,

and stamp flakes on the page

of tomorrow’s history.

 

The dark shadows scar,

flare daunts

and haunting grief of disbelief

engraved on pure hearts

that have wills of self

and pleasures of gold

to the echo that fades

in lingering distance

 

The bitter path

Has economized my senses

to poor spectacles of the world’s beauty

and now,

I live in emptiness

I walk in a young day

I pray in the lost souls of time

For I am that unknown poet

Forgotten by the winds

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2 Comments

  1. Sudakshina Bhattacharjee September 18, at 11:32

    Thank you very much for your kind words and keen observations, Scott. Much appreciated! :) Best Regards Sudakshina.

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  2. Scott Hastie May 31, at 09:16

    Enjoyed 'Happy Now' very much - deceptively light and breezy, with its jaunty rhyme too - but underneath also packs a considerable punch.. I especially admire the playful line: "Fame is momentous, a fleeting little boat..." And the telling admonition of: "Are you happy now for being a cause of envy?" Quite an insightful and artful achievement, I think...

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