Sunday, June 23, 2024

A day like another

The dawn protruded

With the sky full of smoke

From the burning corpses

The birds flew

Beyond the nests

Many survivors’ souls

Have flown at once

The day passed away

With the hallucination 

Of meeting my friend

The flowers bloomed

With the bees singing

Tragic songs

The moonlight blossomed

Like the swollen face of the girlfriend

Who sucked the disease

The stars sparkled

Like the tear drops of a child

Craving for it’s parents

Also read: I am a Question..!

Telugu Original 

Nanda Kishore

Translated by S.Pushyami

D/o Prof K.Sarojadevi 

Sarojadevi Komatla
Sarojadevi Komatla
The translator of the poems is Dr. K. Sarojadevi, a Professor of English from Andhra Pradesh. Besides being a poet, she is a content writer, columnist, editor, translator, academician and research supervisor. She presented and published research papers at national and international conferences and journals. She authored two books entitled Ethical intimations in the select Inter-war American Fiction and Vocabulary for Verbal Ability. She is serving Research India Foundation as an executive board member of Research India Resource Support Centre.


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