Varsha (Monsoon) 2021 Poems - Sandeep Kumar Mishra

 

Sip a Soul
By Sandeep Kumar Mishra

 

I can only see on the black cloudy
shadow of infinity a delusion blathers,
a delusion of very existence,
a delusion of futility of mankind

 

The glare of heavenly screen
imparts a persistent dementia,
In this state of insane superiority
morality becomes void as
opposite forms swallow each other

 

I breathe pain,I breathe fear
I want to get that dark silence
where all forms get vanished,
Should I live to taste sins?

 

I don’t have the courage
when I know it tastes bitter
to sip a fallen but sweet soul

 

Sandeep Kumar Mishra from Australia is an Amazon Bestseller author of poetry Collection "One Heart- Many Breaks-2020", an outsider artist, poet. He is the guest poetry editor at "Indian Poetry Review". He has received "IPR Annual Poetry Award-2020" and "Literary Titan Book Award-2020". He was shortlisted for "Indies Today Book of the Year Award 2020" and "Joy Bale Boone Poetry Prize 2021". He was also "The Story Mirror Author of the Year" nominee-2019.

 

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