Tim Murray1 day ago
I agree with you, to often (I must confess that I am guilty as well) we simply write one or two nice phrases and move on. This is wholly unfair, as the poet often puts in hours of concentrated time and effort and a part of their soul into the poem. In this poem, the message is clear, and concise. It lacks imagery or symbolism; but the lack of these elements do not take away from the poem. They reinforce the practical nature of the poem. The poem's infrastructure is symmetrical and balanced. The meter is fast and easy to read. A good poem.
Jeff Cannon, - - - - Wow! the image in your hands peals away the coverings to reveal layered symbols, body metaphors take on a worldly live gripped by wayward culture and its madness, spoken with an elegance that tells its truth in ways hopefully to be heard and then deeply felt, so we know what we really need to sweep - thank u Abdul Wahab for this physical and poignant poem
Girija Anavangot24 hours ago
the supreme theme of love! the natural instinct in universe! the quench for union all arround in nature. sea and shore, wind and sand, night and day the unending phenomenons- well written.
I beg to thee I pray to thee. The most gracious, the most merciful, The most pious, the most beautiful. I seek to thee I heed to thee. The most sustainer, the most cherisher The most preserver, the most destroyer. The owner of the worlds