Sudeep Adhikari

Punkpoetry.com is delighted to publish this original and thoughtful composition by Sudeep Adhikari. For us, it has a defiant, questioning spirit that aligns perfectly with what we feel punk poetry at its best is all about. Sudeep is a structural engineer/Lecturer from Kathmandu, Nepal. Also a 2018 Pushcart Prize nominee, Sudeep is currently working on his 4th poetry-book ‘Hyper-Real Reboots’, which is scheduled for publication in September 2018 through Weasel Press in the USA.

 

 

machine in the ghost 

the eyes of steel-mandalas
stacked in different dimensions of
a gold-soaked space

watch the sounds
of confused stories on the
porch below. the leaves hide
behind the gossamer

green of my window
and tremble at the sight
of death-ridden anxieties,

coupled inextricably to their
silicon overlords. where does

the machine end?
how can i find the place
where men grow on the grapevines?

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