Amending Anger

Mahmudur Rahman Khan

7 November, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Over the horizon I fly

I fly with the spirits of my soul

Two wings I have, one cramped, another grew pale.


I go beyond the larks

And clad in cumulus clouds clothes

Bright white linen cloak with dark inner raiment.


I see two planets gyre

One fiercely enraged at the other

I made an eclipse to impede the encounter.


Suddenly, the gravity stops

The universe burst into an explosion

Comets, meteoroids and galaxies pass by me.


I lose strength and force

Then luminous light enlightened and

Amended my universe again into its hadean position.