Radio & Tea

storm has raged its ectasy.

morning is gray & cloudy.

newspaper man carrying

yesterday disguised as today;

sleepy kids on mother’s lap,

s’times father, going to school–

tomorrow disguised as today.

symphony of morning playing

bull & bear on day first hour graph

x is vehicles y is quietitude.

my mother’s cell phone radio

set to 98.3 playing songs,

chartbusters & new,

Hindi & Bengali,

as I bite on the dipped biscuit &–

sip on the tea–medium warm…



Symphony

22 responses to “Radio & Tea”

  1. Lovely and beautifully described!!

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  2. Hahaha so well you have described the routine of a day that simply goes by. Great words Sangbad.

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  3. *newspaper man carrying
    yesterday disguised as today;
    sleepy kids on mother’s lap,
    s’times father, going to school–
    tomorrow disguised as today*
    Loved it! 👌

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    1. Thank you…after a time…how are you

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      1. You’re welcome. I am good sangabad😇 Wht about you!?

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        1. Just chala jaha raha hai…poems are speaking for me as usual…

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          1. Everything is good then. Poems are always be there even when no one else is.

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            1. So so…recovering from a bout of illness…read Poem from a Sick Poet

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  4. Really well written. I love how you mention little details in your writings. They sound so intriguing 🙂

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  5. “The routine” well described.

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      1. The morning routine you described.

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        1. Oh…yes…looking around & wrote…😊

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