(This poem is inspired from James Joyce book, “a portrait of the artist as a young man”)
The God is my name,
Nepal is my nation.
Chitwan is my dwelling place
And heaven my expectation.
They crucified him for valid claim,
and, before my final departure, here is my wish,
Dingdong! The bell!
Farewell, my dearest ones,
Wherever, you entail,
I know you will burn me,
but bury me,
in some graveyard of our garden,
beside my great-great-grandfather.
My coffin shall be blue,
Five angels at my back,
Two to sing and pray
and, two to carry my soul far away.