the euler line
triangulated within the
limits of my reptiles, my rationales
and my unrealized buddhas
i live a thousand lives; reflected
from the darker alleys of incestuous instincts,
on the banded zone with errors of
misplaced permanence, and on the
walls of my moments as radiant
as the thousand suns, when everything
becomes a singular lonely one.
and the many other ones i have
not known, but existing inside the curled up
dimensions of my disjointed head.
i fear the fissures, the little wars
they start within me, and all the ex-centricities.
but as i listen to the silence of
the moving cloud, and feel the unwet spots between
just like the euler line, all my centers
magically co-align. my devils,
they share the same axioms with my gods.
©Sudeep Adhikari all rights reserved
Sudeep Adhikari is a structural engineer/Lecturer from Kathmandu, Nepal. His recent publications were with Beatnik Cowboys, Chiron Review, The Ekphrastic Review, Midnight Lane Boutique, Occulum, Silver Birch Press, Eunoia Review, Utt Poetry and Spilling Cocoa over Martin Amis. His poetry book “hyper-real reboots” has been recently released through Weasel Press, Texas, USA. Also a Pushcart Prize nominee for the year 2018, Sudeep is currently working on his two poetry manuscripts