Poem by Sheikha A., Pakistan. Image by Suvojit Banerjee, India


Snowflakes by Suvojit Banerjee

“Snowflakes” by Suvojit Banerjee



To be good enough for you
is like being a flake of snow.

The rules are rigid of solitude;
we walk into separation –
your unwillingness to talk;

understanding is a bucket of snow
splattered over windshields,

pretty patterns on thick-paned
resolve aren’t long-lasting.

The finest of paints will sing
but windows don’t hold
under carvings.

My disintegration in waiting
has become a sculptor’s tool,

just like blue skies during snow
fall, discriminating fractals as stars.




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