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>Sketch-poem in Graffiti Kolkata Broadside, March 2010


My sketch-poem is in GRAFFITI KOLKATA BROADSIDE (March 2010) published by poet-artist-bookstore owner friend Subhankar Das.

Subh believes in poetry as a movement and makes all effort to take it to every nook and corner of the city of Kolkata where he resides. To every sidewalk, to all alleyways, to each market place. Personally I find the broadside to be an innovative venture. It embodies art, songs, protest, music and that wonderful uniqueness of being that comes from understanding that poetry is voice.
You can see my poem DOORS VS. DARKNESS and the accompanying sketch in the top right corner. Also read it in its original form among the other sketch-poems I wrote here.
The one published above is slightly altered:
Silent waters upon door frames of words:
the choice is the clarity of shards that
My face splatters like meters: a welcome
chant in verse

3 comments on “>Sketch-poem in Graffiti Kolkata Broadside, March 2010

  1. Anonymous
    March 20, 2010

    >Hello. And Bye.

  2. fleuve-souterrain
    March 21, 2010

    >oh good!Take the broadside along 🙂

  3. tikulicious
    March 29, 2010

    >wow .. love it. you going places my dear. all the best

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This entry was posted on March 17, 2010 by in art, Graffiti Kolkata Broadside, Nabina Das, poetry, sketch poems.
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