In the haunting twilight
When the day meets the night
Behind the curtains of the horizon
What if the moon kisses the sun
And dreams a world of its own, the final Armageddon
What if?
In the distant horizon
Where the earth meets the sky
And the storm meets the rain
Behind the blur of the smokescreen
What if the lightning kisses the firefly
And snuffs out love, a tragic goodbye
What if?
In the veiled smokescreen
When souls, dead meet the unborn
Beyond the realms of the known
What if hell kisses heaven
And God is none, but a fallen man
Out of depths and lacks inspiration
Beyond redemption
What if?
©2013 All rights belong with the Author.


Filed under General Poetry

10 responses to “WHAT IF GOD IS NONE, BUT A FALLEN MAN – Soumyajit Pradhan

  1. mj

    interesting! 🙂

  2. Beautifully Rendered,I do write Poetry too love Poetry,but have not seemed to get any publisher that would publish,i do hear there are publishers that pay for poetry is this true and do you any?Would appreciate your reply.
    Thanks & nice reading your poetry

  3. The Political Pixie

    Beautiful words.

  4. Brilliant. Thought-provoking words:)

  5. Truly brilliant poem! And really, who knows?

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