Summer In Fetters

Summer In Fetters

By Ananya Guha.

The day was unusually warm
summer in fetters
september clad
the day betrayed illusions
of cold and the sun’s glare
a bit too admonitory
the day shed off steam of summer
and embraced a nightly rendezvouz
shops refused to close and traffic displayed
usual misdemeanour
By a lonely road walked a man
looked ghostly, waiting for a taxi
he reflected winter in perfect clothing
but the day did not understand that winter
presages warm clothes, with age it is a foregone maze
muffler, hat and woollens
and, swiping dust.

AUTHOR BIO

ANAYA S. GUHA hails from Shillong, India. http://www.poemhunter.com/ananya-guha/poems

Photo by Living in Monrovia.

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