Jasbir Chatterjee

Veteran Poet - 1,864 Points (4 March 1966 / Delhi)

Jasbir Chatterjee Poems

1. The Idols 11/4/2006
2. Re: A Cloud Of Rain 10/24/2014
3. Dilli Metro 10/28/2014
4. The Unborn Baby 11/12/2014
5. Being 49, Reaching 50... -new- 7/3/2015
6. Veni, Vidi, Vici 11/23/2014
7. The Harder Way 3/13/2014
8. Diwali 12/25/2010
9. A Corporate Party 4/17/2012
10. Moving On... 4/18/2014
11. Past, Present And Future... 1/14/2013
12. Kamala 4/12/2009
13. Republic Day 2015 1/25/2015
14. Flight Of Fancy 4/9/2015
15. Trying Hard To Remain Sane, Normal 1/7/2014
16. My Birthday Gift 10/30/2014
17. Writer's Block 7/8/2014
18. The Absurd Nightmare 10/25/2014
19. The Flowery Cycle 4/21/2015
20. The Raging Fire 11/23/2014
21. The Third Eye 4/4/2015
22. The Trip 7/7/2013
23. Staying Afloat 6/26/2009
24. Ship In A Storm 7/10/2010
25. Changing Weather 10/21/2011
26. Ek Kala Badal 10/24/2014
27. Life And Death 8/3/2010
28. Gandhi Versus Godse 1/31/2015
29. Changing Hues Of Life 1/7/2014
30. Ways Of Life 5/23/2009
31. The Withered Petals 1/31/2006
32. You And I 8/3/2010
33. The End Or A Beginning? 1/17/2012
34. Durga Puja 11/3/2012
35. Stars In My Eyes 9/20/2009
36. The Office Coordinator 11/23/2014
37. Romance In Living 6/23/2014
38. An Axiom Of Choice 6/29/2014
39. Jikon - April 2008 5/23/2009
40. Something Strange 11/30/2011
Best Poem of Jasbir Chatterjee

A Cloud Of Rain

A dark cloud of rain
drifted into my life
And for some time,
I felt good, happy...
I no longer felt lonely.

I thought life would go on happily
In one long, long stretch of time...
But when the cold, harsh
winds of change started blowing,
The cloud of rain
had to drift away...

Life is still going on
In one long, long stretch of time...
I am not lonely.
I can't say I am sad or unhappy.
But you have left a void
That would take me
a long, long time to fill.

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The Withered Petals

I hold the withered petals
of my illusions
in my hand.
Then I throw them on the ground
and lift my foot
to trample upon them....
But I can't,
Because I can't be cruel,
Because it hurts,

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