A Poem by Raja

Within and without limit...


I try not to bother you

Try not you steal your

Zeal, gestures, and Zen


Just wondering how you can keep yourself

Busy in paragraphs

When someone is tied with semi colons and commas and periods!

When someone is eternally dying to hold you within parentheses

When telling you all these will not make anything foreign…


Only question I have

Is it some kind of antipathy that keeps you distant from me like an inverted comma?

Is it not just elliptical clause that brings me in your mind?

Is this only the bloodless verb that agrees with me as non-crucial subject?

© 2010 Raja

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Raja ,

This one is kinda nice ... nice concept and very good use of metaphors ...
I liked this line alot :
" Only question I have

Is it some kind of antipathy that keeps you distant from me like an inverted comma? "

Thanks for the share

Cheers !!

Posted 10 Years Ago


10 Years Ago

Thanks a lot that you liked the work.
Wonderful concept, it's very original and I think I like it! It made me slow down and think about your metaphores.

Posted 12 Years Ago

Ohh this is nice. I like the metaphors, very original and convey perfectly the feeling of unrequited love.

Posted 13 Years Ago

You bring about a stunning work here, mingled in lines of verse and grammatical feeling. What brilliant metaphors that flow line by line. Powerful, my friend!

Posted 13 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Added on October 8, 2010
Last Updated on October 8, 2010



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