“Moments” by Sunil Sharma

Standing at the tranquil palm-fringed windy shore,

I look around and strangely find—

Amid the decay and the ruin—

A deeper sea

Of buried memories

And haunting songs

Surging inside,

Waiting slowly to trickle down—


Verbal bits and pieces


Visual lyrics

To recover the lost time.

Mumbai-based, Sunil Sharma, a college principal, is also widely-published bilingual Indian critic, poet, literary interviewer, editor, translator, essayist and fiction writer. His six short stories and the novel Minotaur were recently prescribed for the undergraduate classes under the Post-colonial Studies, Clayton University, Georgia, USA. He is a recipient of the UK-based Destiny Poets’ inaugural poet of the year award—2012.



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