Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Waking Murmurs

Birds chirping, pigeons cooing and
colliding with window panes; sharp
rasping barks, the incessant chatter
of guards and cleaners wafting  
upwards, disabling that first soft hour
as the alarm sings me awake.
 
Ignoring this odd symphony, I loll.
But cars honk as they tread the tarmac.
Doorbells chime. A baby cries.
Its mother yells at the maid
 
and that rare moment is lost
when I wanted to snuggle the curves,
caressing the idea I slept with last night.

 
Published:  Criterion e-journal
VOLUME III ISSUE II, JUNE 2012- ISSN- 0976- 8165

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