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  SAMBIDHAN ACHARYA (1986-12-21)
 
 
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Museum of Culture

Preserving the culture has been like the tusk of mastodons,
This is only suitable for preserving in the billiard balls,
Sustaining the culture has been like the extinct saber truth,
That is only suitable for experimental use.

Other customs are influencing on the real ones,
Like Mongols of east, east culture is ruling west,
And, as barbarians of west, west cultures have come to east,
So, preserving it has been a museum’s job.

In the show case of museum our tradition is seeing the change,
Youth are busy copying other’s tradition,
All are getting puzzled in culture,
Can’t we once again retain our own ethnicity?
The clear answer I hear is ‘no’.
Thanks to Museum of culture which is dong it.
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 

   
   
 

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The Last Kiss

Love is what I want at the end,
It’s my only want at this nearing end,
I want at least some one love me for a moment now,
So, I can die peacefully.

Once a girl said me, she loves me,
I slept her a night and threw her out,
Then I was never loved by anyone else,
From that day the thirst of love have come in my way.

I had heard that she gave birth to my girl,
But never did I met her in my short verve,
Once in a life time, I want to be kissed purely,
That’s my last wish which I yearn for.

A small girl came to me today from nowhere,
I could see the resemble of me in her face,
She hugged me kissed in pure sense,
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 

   
   
 

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You are like Months of the Year

In April, when rose was glown, in the eternity garden
I felt you took me to the Christ’s world
As, if soothening breeze at May hit me
And, coverage sun eluded to devour me

Why you just tried to escape from me,
December was even bitter than cold in it,
January and February’s snow poured my drained heart,
Even March seemed gloomy days without you.

Now again you appeared in June’s monsoon
The rain has brought delight of love effect on me,
Pious July’s drizzle was like a boon then,
And then our meet brought even Shakespeare love in trouble.

Does this mean I am dying hard for you?
Might because life is desert you leave in December.
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 

   
   
 

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After your Departure

When you were present,
Your advice pinched me like thorns,
Every question for misdeeds
Meant like you were being over possessive,
All those guidance you gave me,
I followed nil,
My ego came in front when you hold my hand,
Even I embarrassed you when you guided me to safety.

I realized how big fool was I,
You walked in razor edge,
Making me walk in bed of roses,
Why every fault is realized after committed,
I miss your words,
And is nowadays in tears,
Please come back I pray to god.
But, once one goes from life no one comes back.
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 
 
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