Sujoy Bhattacharya is nature poet. He writes on strangeness of human psychology. He worships humanity and adores poetry as a living deity. He writes poetry in Bengali and English language. He often writes to record in words his sudden outburst of emotions through his works. Some of his works have been supported by magazines of global repute.
Life Rejoiced Again
A row of red ants went in a serpentine way.
I was sitting on the lonely bank of the Yamuna.
Playfully I swiped my finger to disrupt the
disciplined battalions. My clustered thoughts straightened parallel.
Rejection in love instigated me to take a foolish
attempt to commit suicide.
I was going to dive into the inviting stream
of the violent river. I did not know how to swim.
Fear of death fettered my reluctant feet. A pair of sparrows cooing
in a copulating posture jeered at me with jocosity.
A regiment of tarantulas chased me cheering cries of victory.
Dusk appeared to welcome the moon to soothe the tormented earth.
The wind released a sigh of relief.
The evening sky sent me an incomplete dirge to be chanted by mute voices!