Mischievous Wind

Mischievous Wind short poem

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The wind,
sitting on the branch
Of the tamarind tree
And chatting with the leaves,
Was my enemy.

When I get fire
For the tip of pen
In my writing room,
He would encroach
Through the bars of the window…

Today morning,
I chopped down
The tamarind tree
To avenge the mischief wind,
Who annoyed my writings repeatedly.

But, ha! It is a pity!
My poem, she is
Eloped with
That mischievous wind…

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I am an Indian poet and artist. I have published 6 poetry collection in English. My website is WWW.JAFARSADIK.COM
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J.rid
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ha ha Brilliant the wind did inspire the pen after all.

PRASENJIT CHOWDHURY
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Good piece to read. 🙂 keep writing. want to read more.. loved it immensely..

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