Poems by Moinak Dutta

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POTPOURRI

1.

The other day
When we became very political,
We flagged our posts;
After the sabbath,
We put hashtags
On our souls.

2.

We survived like tramlines in the city,
Some parts remained,
Some tracks gone,
Some lines forgotten,
Some kept like tradition.

3.

That plectrum which you held
Between your fingers
And with which you awakened
Fire and ice,
Found that under the mattress,
And you told me,
I might have swept it off by sheer ignorance.

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Moinak Dutta is a published fiction writer, poet and book reviewer. He is engaged as a teacher in a government sponsored institution. He has got two published fictions so far, Online@offline, and In search of La radice. Many poems, short stories and essays written by him have been published in several national and international venues. Apart from writing, Moinak loves photography and traveling.

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