Anita Sehgal

Rookie - 5 Points (Delhi)

Anita Sehgal Poems

1. What Is It? 5/19/2012
2. Shadow 5/22/2012
3. The One As Manifested 5/24/2012
4. One Truth 5/25/2012
5. Road To Nowhere 5/25/2012
6. Himalayan Bride 5/26/2012
7. Would It Not Know? 5/26/2012
8. Refuge 6/4/2012
9. Oh, Shiva - The Eternal Dancer 6/4/2012
10. Grand Drama 5/26/2012
11. The Lord, My Beloved! 6/4/2012
12. Life And Death 6/10/2012
13. Web Of Existence 6/10/2012
14. Journey Called Life 6/10/2012
15. Raped 6/10/2012
16. Nature's Theatre 6/10/2012
17. Thanksgiving 6/13/2012
18. The Game Of Roulette 6/10/2012
19. Grieve Not 6/13/2012
20. The Delight Of Senses 6/16/2012
21. Questions? 6/16/2012
22. Karma 6/13/2012
23. Seek 7/3/2012
24. Just Musings 7/3/2012
25. Thee And Thee Alone 7/3/2012
26. Hide And Seek 7/3/2012
27. Guard 7/3/2012
28. Love 7/3/2012
29. Kaal 7/3/2012
30. Divine Mother 7/3/2012
31. Stranger In The Mirror 7/3/2012
32. Reflections 7/3/2012
33. Time Cycle 8/7/2012
34. Three Stages 8/7/2012
35. Zindagi 8/7/2012
36. Power 11/30/2013
37. Back To The Source 11/30/2013
38. I Bid Farewell 11/30/2013
39. Faith 7/9/2014
40. Blessings 7/9/2014
Best Poem of Anita Sehgal

Once

Once my house was full of people
Both young and old …
of diverse opinions and myriad temperaments.
Voices and sounds echoed all around,
Doors banged and shut, activity all around…
Where is my corner of quiet, I wondered?

Once my house was full of guests,
Glasses clinked, tables over laden..
Laughter rang out …
Merry stories exchanged and news dissected,
Each sticking vociferously to his point of view, egos clashed.
Why cannot we listen more and talk less, I wondered?

Once my house was full of children
Each child in a world of his ...

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Swamps Of Time

Shrouded in the mists of time
the phantom hands from the past
desperately struggle to cling to the present
… the grip is loosening
the past losing its sting

Heavy boulders on the
frozen breast of the earth shifts grudgingly
the green beneath bursts forth

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