DILIPBHASKER MATHRA


DILIPBHASKER MATHRA Poems

1. A True Noble Heart 8/19/2009
2. Wind 6/22/2009
3. Happy Children 6/22/2009
4. The Past Glory Of My Village 6/22/2009
5. Lock And Key 6/26/2009
6. My Mummy 6/26/2009
7. Tomy 6/26/2009
8. Cradle Song 6/26/2009
9. Roam….. Roam 6/26/2009
10. Apple And Ball 6/26/2009
11. Christmas Cake 6/26/2009
12. Where Does The Sun Set 6/26/2009
13. Brother - Brother 6/26/2009
14. Old Fear 6/22/2009
15. An Ingenuous Tribute 6/22/2009
16. Raining… Raining 6/26/2009
17. Little Mouse 6/26/2009
18. Jingle Bell 6/26/2009
19. Hip – Hip - Hurrah 6/26/2009
20. My Hands 6/26/2009
21. My Grandmother 6/26/2009
22. Right And Left 6/26/2009
23. Right And Wrong 6/26/2009
24. Watchman 6/26/2009
25. Apple Tree 6/26/2009
26. Tick Tock Clock 6/26/2009
27. Cloudy Sky 6/26/2009
28. Uncle’s Hat 6/26/2009
29. Butterfly 6/26/2009
30. Morning Star 6/26/2009
31. Jumping High 6/26/2009
32. Naughty Johny 6/26/2009
33. Major… Major 6/26/2009
34. Hurry To School 6/26/2009
35. Abc 6/26/2009
36. School Is My Home 6/26/2009
37. Ice-Cream John 6/26/2009
38. Uncle Jack 6/26/2009
39. Pretty Pot 6/26/2009
40. Barby Doll 6/26/2009
Best Poem of DILIPBHASKER MATHRA

A True Noble Heart

There was nothing to disavow and disarray
About that boy whose name yet dipped all
In my secluded memory to re-call for a while.
Perhaps it was my dissonance to dissuade my mind
From such recall as it was a forgotten episode of an event.
He was so humble in nature, I might think
Otherwise my reminiscence would not have impelled
My mind to recollect his idealistic qualities.
I am not sure where I happened to meet him
Probably in the prayer hall of Church Saint Thomas.
He had an imperturbable look in his eyes, but
Though unnoticed, deep anguish slept in his ...

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Happy Children

We are children
We are happy
Happy in this world
But not so happier
Than the butterflies
Fly among the flowers.
We are children
We are happy
Happy in this world

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