Poems on Peace and Universal Solidarity by Nepal Poet Bhuwan Thapaliya

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1.

‘Whispering my poems’

 

I love to whisper

my poems to myself.

I don’t crave to

read them aloud.

Come; come closer

and try to understand them

from the movements

of my doddering lips,

cracked open, parched

and senile.

The fall of the empathy

have changed my thoughts

and will for a while be

uppermost in my mind.

I am whispering

my poems

to myself.

The silence is

thunderous.

Divine coziness

for a poet

who may well be

unstable for some time.

Drinking beer and tossing

the empty cans literally

everywhere looking at the

passionate evening sky.

I love to whisper

my poems to myself.

I don’t crave to

read them aloud.

I want to enliven

the poem’s smoothness

and not dilute them

with my roaring recitals.

 

2.

Memento’

 

I feel

a mountain of madness

growing inside my heart,

sturdy and tall.

And all I see is sunset

and all those parched flowers

in her eyes.

Mountain of

dried flowers, crumpled,

deserted and forlorn.

Aren’t they the mementoes

of the fresh flowers

given to her over the years?

 

About the Author:

Bhuwan Thapaliya resides in Kathmandu, Nepal and is the author of four poetry collections. His main theme often hinges round the globalization of love, peace and universal solidarity.

 

Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, events and incidents are the products of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.  The opinions expressed are those of the characters and should not be confused with the writer’s.


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