The Interruptions

There are many interruptions between the source and empty spaces

Lengthy detours across strange sentiments

Finally lands vaguely, uninspired, and without an invitation

For that time has long gone and their relevance is diminished

Time is heavy on the restructuring of the faults and anomalies

Advanced steps on the sacred territories are disastrous

Not guided by the right stars, and words reflect that confusion

Possessed by a spirit that utters asynchronous languages

~Amitav

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3 thoughts on “The Interruptions

  1. For some reason I pictured the poet, whose language is oft’ times like no other, sitting and contemplating thoughts as they pass through mind’s cosmic realms. Those thoughts are sometimes interrupted by internal and external forces and what spreads across the page are dust remnants of stars long since burnt out. I really connect with this and enjoyed it very much.

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    1. So well said. Solemn expressions are often misinterpreted. As you said, “Those thoughts are sometimes interrupted by internal and external forces…” so be it, as they will retrace the rightful course at the end.

      I really liked your interpretation of this poem. Thank you so much.

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