Did You See the Sky Today?

Did you see the sky today?

Did you stop somewhere on your way?

I did, but they thought me strange;

They stared at me like I was derange –

From the traffic man to the vendor man

All around their gazes ran –

Save for the paupers who everyday sit,

By the side of the road never to quit.

Back in the hills from where I come,

Beyond one’s wildest dreams maybe to some –

Blue skies by day and diamonds by night;

How I wish in me lies the might

To tear from the canvas off a fragment,

And share this piece of sentiment –

How when stainless stretch the big blue sky,

My heart stops still and my worries die.

Awungrinchon Khangrah



LitWeekend invites short stories, folklores, poems and anecdotes with objectives of instilling reading culture, promoting literary and aesthetic creativity, besides honing aspiring writers of our region.

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