A sin azure, how it, stains the sky
With the blood, of my last, morning’s sun
I hear, a million, widows cry
As I sniff, my last drop, of semen!
The trysts, of living, cadavers died
For a day, o’er, extended sleep
Yet again, their etherized, souls sighed
“Your banality, reeks, many miles deep”!
I gaze again, at ‘little men’
With fresh milk, and, stale newspapers
How the twain, define our, beings’ ken
We resurrect, with, dead conjectures!
No more heart’s wish, but my soul’s verdict
Why I kiss to death, a death, each day
A destiny’s shame, a life’s convict!
Now ends life’s game, on a Gloomy Sunday!
© 2018 Vikas Chandra