Literature of my life

 

 

 

 

I am neither moving nor stationary.
Yet, I see you everywhere, and see
all things in you. You are the brightness.
Neither the Sun nor the fire is brighter than you.

I bow to you, O light of my life.
I bow to you, O luster of my smiles.
Don’t restrain your love. Let it move.
I will be as stagnant as the paper boat
on the vortex of life, without you, my love.

Let me drink those naked verses
straight from the womb of your lips,
and feel evermore, the rapture of love
at the symposium of my heart with the soul. 

There is a verse, hidden somewhere
in your smiles. I am trying to rhyme it
with the monologue of my tears.
Beloved! You aren’t only you.
You are the literature of my life.

 

 

 

 

 

Bhuwan Thapaliya
Picture Rupert Loydell

 

Nepalese poet, Bhuwan Thapaliya is the author of four poetry collections and currently he is working on his fresh poetry collection, The Marching Millions. Bhuwan Thapaliya’s books are Safa Tempo: Poems New and Selected (Nirala Publications, New Delhi), Our Nepal, Our Pride (Cyberwit.net, Allahabad), Rhythm of the Heart( Lulu Publication) and Verses from the Himalayas. Thapaliya has read his poetry and attended seminars in venues around the world, including South Korea, the United States, Thailand, Cambodia, and Nepal. His poems have been widely published in leading literary journals, newspapers and periodicals such as Kritya, Pandemic Magazine, The Foundling Review,  Strong Verse, Countercurrents.org, myrepublica , The Kashmir Pulse, Taj Mahal Review,  Poetry Life and Times, Ponder Savant, VOICES( Education Project),  Longfellow Literary Project, Poets Against the War etc. His poetries have also been published in the CD’s and Books such as The New Pleiades Anthology of Poetry (ISBN 1- 878431-52- 8) , Tonight: An Anthology of World Love Poetry (The Poets Printery, East London, South Africa,2008, pp.118, Paperback, ISBN 0-620-41372-7), The Strand Book of International Poets 2010 , of Nepalese Clay, Pratik and in many more.

 


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