Memories by Shaheer Pulikkal


I waited for you in the
Dark of the new moon.
Near the Black Stone and granite wall,
I still hold you in the same place where you always rapt with me
And became us.

The kisses you fill in the deep
Pit of love overwhelm me.
I jump to the ground through
The roots deep into the soil.
You are so everywhere in
Its natural creation, in the 
Subsoil that has eaten the
Carcasses of human beings.
I do not want rebirth. I only
Wish this birth could be close to you.

You have a lot of features that
You can't claim for the pride of the rising sun -
and the coolness of the streams.
I see your name clearly in the midst
Of all the names engraved on
The layers of the earth.

Shaheer Pulikkal, a young Indian writer, was born in Kerala on December 16, 2001. He is a Malayalam writer. His works published over Fifteen Times. 

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