Poem: Clattering bonded sighs
By: Rajandeep Garg
Absolute Sun and underneath its ordinance,
graven are shadows. Akin wearisome palimpsests
and dateless as, babels in a rotunda.
Unlike the stars with a borrowed sunshine, and with their
constancy of ever changing joy, cascades
myriads of argentic flairs.
And behold! Starlight liberate each shadow.
Teeming on the blue boulevard, and lilting
And the hems
of my gossamer desires
unfurl. Amidst the realm of silvern silence,
and awed of my
Rajandeep Garg is a young Civil Engineer of 26, and is now more of a writer. In fact, he believes that construction gives his abstractions a unique concrete value. He served as Secretary of a Literary Society during his engineering in Thapar University, India. He is a member of United Haiku and Tanka Society. He spends his nights writing poetry and exploring the sky. He is a follower of the philosophy of Ayn Rand: Objectivism.