‘Fragments of Love’ and other Haiku by Dwit David Philip

By: Dwit David Philip 

Your conservative ethos
is a way living
your pretension
Is a volcano camouflage
like a value system.

An instinct paraphrase
late night sleep
uninterpreted eyes
open on a knock
repents the tired sin.

Her first blink, grabbed in the
bracket of the beauty
Vanished in an onomatopoeia.

Palm leaves on the fire
receiving a mild body touch
flair of the tenderness
Is that the carnal integrity?


Dwit David Philip is a development practitioner with World Vision India. He has double Masters Degrees with LLB and a PDRM from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar. In his spare time he reads and writes poetry in English. He grew up in Bhawanipatna, Odisha in India.

Categories: Poetry

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