Poem by Uday Shankar Durjay
Once I intended to recapture
Once I intend to recapture my fond memories of happy childhood. A white mountain extends its wings over the sun. Then uncounted Orioles come down to my memory lane. I just fell off in the incompleteness blue shower. Can you see the purple rain never get fade with vanishing magic snow? A cold-blooded seagull when loose its google map, when all the blankets lose their warming equation, I just sit down on the lonely stone. I try to figure out the miraculously cruelty of nature. I come across my brain-island why I can’t make route to way home though? Why I can’t fix the rough season to the garmentless children. I endure their uncountable state of affairs. I have gone back to my memory past; I try to catch myself but it’s always too late. I don’t want to be apart from your feelings. I won’t leave my remembrances until I am dead. I wanna sit down next to my memorylands to reinterpret my memory bank, wanna save my childhood snowberry.