Butterflies from life’s garden 2

Books by Sharmishtha Basu




poem 2


A wild gust blew away a dazzling paper rose
Away from her vase to a garden of roses
The paper flower scorned the real ones
Said your colours are so dull and bland.

All of a sudden a butterfly came flying
The paper rose told him “Come to me!”
“For I am the most beautiful one here.”
The butterfly sighed, “Yes, but you have no honey!”

25.05.09, Garia, Kolkata

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