The Devdar tree by the rock
The Fir and the Pine
must have its memories too:
after a thousand years,
see how its branches
lean towards the ground
Only if I could get enough
away from people
where there was much more sky
seen through the leaves above
meeting trees from this and other
by the day
the grass is going brown or red in places
Under the broad shadows of the Chinar tree
Sometimes now, here, everywhere
I am talked to,
is by silence
I could only
get closer to the light
where most of it is light.
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