The D-Day and Two Other Poems

The D-Day

The last car

The final whisper


The heavy heart

The light-hearted laughter


A coffee shop

Some men and women…


Known and unknown…

The heart heaving


Pulsating mind! Giving

Way to…


Unknown fear

Unknown agony

Unknown joy


Time yet to rescue

Me from the labyrinth

Of turmoil – worldly,

Holy and unholy.


The D-Day?

You may or may not ask!



Call of the Night!

The sun in the east

Is red, crimson


The birds have taken

To their wings, a free fly


Down the horizon.

A voice emerges.


A promise meant to

Be broken


A heart’s cry

A wish

A desire


The breeze is blowing

To the west




We are waiting for

The night to arrive!



Untimely Christmas

Christmas in August.

Jesus is born

An untimely birth

Four months in advance


Time takes wings

Memories fly by

A chariot arrives,

Slows down and

Then disappears


Jesus and unborn

Fetuses make merry

Mother Mary in company.


They cry and laugh.


Miracles happen only

In the dead of the night!


Pranab Ghosh

Pranab Ghosh is a journalist, writer and poet. He runs a blog “Existential Problems” ( poems and prose piece have been published in various international journals including Dissident Voice, Spillwords, The Piker Press, Memoryhouse etc. His first solo book of poems “Soul Searching and Other Poems” has been published by Scarlet Leaf Publishing, Toronto, in 2017. His second collection of poems “Vision of the World and Other Poems” has been published by in 2020.

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