When we Driz­zle

Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside - - Sayan Basak

I won­der, how these same shim­mer­ing pos­si­bil­i­ties Of glit­tery waves, gift wrapped in over­lap­ping clocks

In their own unique hues of vul­ner­a­bil­i­ties Un­fold layer by layer, like the frills of their frocks

I pon­der, how the slightly dis­tinct gen­res Gen­tly sneak through identical siblings Like the twi­light crawls af­ter sun­set arches

Mak­ing sis­ters swing by free­dom slings

I sur­ren­der, to their un­der­stand­ing hid­den in smiles As if they both know of some­one off the shore Whose heart skips a beat, though far by miles,

Puz­zles his mind when their laugh­ter pour

Know­ingly or not, like the rip­ples Each pro­pels the other’s naive moves Will­ingly or not, like the sand cud­dles They rest wearily on each other’s grooves

Like in their child­hood, they softly touch

En­twine fin­gers and whis­per se­crets Rec­ol­lect how they once lead, fol­lowed as much

And their lonely treads on diver­gent car­pets

Sayan Basak is cur­rently pur­su­ing B.Tech in Poly­mer Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy from the Uni­ver­sity of Cal­cutta. He was a Con­tent An­a­lyst In­tern at The In­dian Econ­o­mists (2015- 2016) and Con­tent Edi­tor In­tern at The TTIS (2013-14). He is hav­ing great re­search and or­ga­ni­za­tional skills along with strong skill in blog­ging. Apart from his do­main strength, he loves to in­dulge his time in AI and sub­jects re­lated to it.

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