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Without Loving You by Rishan Singh

Rishan Singh | August 30th, 2018 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

It’s not necessary to love you:
the leaves have fallen,
without Autumn passing,
I know it’s you.

It’s mandatory to row the fields:
the seasons are safe, are same,
with Spring arriving,
I know you alone.

It’s not necessary to keep you:
the winds are rough,
with or without Winter,
I know you’ll stay.

It’s not necessary to like you:
the tides have risen,
without Anyone around,
I know I’m alone.

It’s not necessary to love you:
the flowers have bloomed,
without Autumn passing,
I know it’s us.

Poet Bio

As a poet, Rishan Singh contributed poems to journals and books in his country and overseas. His poems deal with m any diverse issues pertaining to concerns in society and the world in general. He received the Golden Key International Award for outstanding academic accomplishments in 2008. He was on the longlist of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Parks, Leisure and Recreation’s eThekwini Municipality’s Library Award in 2014, where he found himself amongst 20 semi-finalists. He eventually made it to the final at this event. Although he is a young leader in the field of science, he’s regarded by many as being an international leading scholar.

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