Rattling the Sun

A poem of entrails
by Debasis Mukhopadhyay
 
Sun should be yearned for
And I wish sun upon your packed horse
 
Your footfalls won’t stir the swarms in me
Still enough for a dead fish & turned over
But not so blind in the evening pond
I am to rattle in blood and bile
To feel you away from my touch
There once was a stem
 
I should tell you
Fair enough if your life has run over mine
This is life street swelling
And swelling with normal malfunctions
Look around for a tale
And travel through
As merrily as can be
Measuring the banks of hope for relief
 
I swam as long as I could
There once was a you
Sounds today almost like a poem
That had lived in and lumped through the entrails
Only to be washed up dead
Upon the shore with sunshine
 
 
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Debasis Mukhopadhyay lives and writes in Montreal, Canada. His poems have appeared in publications in the USA & UK including Yellow Chair Review, Thirteen Myna Birds, Of/With, Silver Birch Press, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, Foliate Oak, Eunoia Review, The Curly Mind, With Painted Words, I am not a silent poet, among others. Follow him at https://debasismukhopadhyay.wordpress.com or @dbasis_m on Twitter.
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Scott Thomas Outlar hosts the site 17Numa.wordpress.com where links to his published poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, reviews, and books can be found. He is a Best of the Net and three-time Pushcart Prize nominee. Scott's poetry books include: Songs of a Dissident (Transcendent Zero Press, 2015), Chaos Songs (Weasel Press, 2016), Happy Hour Hallelujah (CTU Publishing, 2016), and Poison in Paradise (Alien Buddha Press, 2017). Scott is a member of The Southern Collective Experience; he also serves as an editor for Walking Is Still Honest Press, The Blue Mountain Review, The Peregrine Muse, and Novelmasters.

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