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Kashmir by Debasish Parashar | micropoetry

Kashmir

she will dance till death

like a heron high in marijuana

or,

a whimper rhymed in jazz

she will dance till death

 

an elegy in hours of war

weeps

a foetus forgotten in sex

 

a scarlet Kashmir

floats in her moist hazel eyes

its pashmina evenings

hurt her soul

she will dance till death

 

fallen leaves of chinar

drift in a lake of doubts

she will dance till death

since death?


About the Author:

Debasish Parashar has sung for ‘In Search of God’ and ‘Raag’.He Has been listed amongst writers of top 100 online #worldheritagesites stories globally in May 2016 by Agilience Authority Index.Featured in Enclave/Entropy,Scarlet Leaf Review(Upcoming October 2016),Visual Verse,Tuck Magazine,Indiana Voice Journal(upcoming), MuseIndia,Swarajya, Youthkiawaaz,Duane’s PoeTree, Spillwords,Saddahaq and many more,Debasish looks upto two upcoming international anthologies namely ‘Apple Fruits of an Old Oak'(from New York) and ‘Dandelion in a Vase of Roses’ (in U.S.A).Follow MrDevParashar@twitter.