Prisoner / Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario

Where will it take a man?
A bucket of eyes grab the feet
Through the hole in an old socks
A mute copper street –Stretching balconies of matchbox houses
Where shall it lead?
A herd of cows walk down the throat,
Between — Birth. Death. And elsewhere
Seasons blossom through veins
And the black of the night — a hurricane,
Dreams a continent of Nimbus clouds.

A baby. A dog. A beggar
Wakes to a voyage in the gut,
Into prisoner in generations
We dissolve on the face of the mirror.
 



Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario studied at the St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata. His articles, book reviews, essays, poems and short stories have been published in many national and international online journals and in print, including Cafe Dissensus Everyday, Narrow Road Literary Journal, Kitaab, The Pangolin Review, The Alipore Post, Alien Buddha Press and ‘Zine, Grey Sparrow Press, The  Chakkar, Plato’s Caves online and many more. He writes from Kolkata, India. 

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