Saturday, February 26, 2011

the serpent on the moon

the serpent on the moon

the serpent, with a husky voice
lay upon a stone in the board earth light
start sliding down to interior of a crater

half of the body under extreme hot
and half of it under extreme cold
as he cares both

he is listening to the trembling sound of a collided comet
and whispering to cosmos in anger
in every full circle of moon rotation

he looks straight in to the eyes of few dark suited human
seems unforgiving

he takes out his tongue out
to measure heart pulsation of child
to hear
sweet sound of heart beating 
still there

the serpent keeps data on his skin
and dragging them everywhere on the moon surface

he is swimming in the void between planets and galaxies
the serpent
the serpent land on a colony of worms
their skin glowed in the earth light
the serpent push his fangs in to deeper on their body
a Dracula bite
phosphorus poured out from their body

the serpent speak to a frog elsewhere in earth
the alienated frog cried
the lonely frog
the lonely and abandoned

the serpent speak to crows elsewhere in earth
they defy curfew
they on the street
they in protest

the dirty serpent crushed a sky bound building
before it touched the moon

the lazy, the romantic serpent
lie on the surface of the moon in silent
always....since long back...

5 Earthling’s comments:

mashhood said...

Nice lines... Good stuff...

FishHawk said...

"Untouchable Earth" has been included in this weeks A Sunday Drive. I hope this helps to attract even more new visitors here.

noni said...

@mashhood: thanks
@FishHawk: thanks for including me..:)

Anonymous said...

Nice poetry!

noni said...

@sajeevkmenon: Thanks.

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