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Kathmandu
by SaPAth AnANd

Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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It was a great feeling to be back home.After living in the west for six long years.I realised how much I was missing my own country.And this is a poem that sprang up seeing Kathmandu once again!




Beneath the ribbons of an inky-haze
Like a monkey ass smokey afternoon
You smiled!
Your cheeks blushing garbage
That you paint everyday,everywhere!
I hear you inside the clamour of 15 tomatoes and 10 radishes
That stands on every street.
The stiff neck of an old cart puller.
I see your beauty
Though the spits and phlegm layers your skin.
You are heaven!
Kathmandu.



A Very Happy New Year 2007 to all!

Copyright Roshan Tulachan 2007

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Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 1/5/2007
Beautiful
enjoyed......
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 1/3/2007
You showed your feelings well enough. Victor
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 1/3/2007
Enjoyed,Happy New Year...Hugssss
Reviewed by J M 1/3/2007
Blessed and Happy 2007 to you Rosh,
Home no matter what is lways loved as you also affirmed in this tribute to your country.........
Bless you missed reading your work,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 1/3/2007
what a wonderful expression of homecoming!
Reviewed by H Cruz 1/2/2007
I think I'm going to Katmando, too... :)
Reviewed by William Bonilla 1/2/2007
Well penned Roshan
we all miss our home town at one time or another
And you decribe your feelings for yours well.
peace be with you

William



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