Piyush Dey

Veteran Poet - 1,281 Points (India)

Piyush Dey Poems

1. Nature, The Heaven 3/15/2013
2. The Lovely Winters 3/15/2013
3. Why No Love There For Others In Thy Hearts? 3/16/2013
4. Troubles 5/12/2013
5. Until I Breath This Life 6/23/2013
6. What Kind Of A Secret Is This? 6/23/2013
7. Until I Breath This Life-I 6/23/2013
8. You'Ve To Live Without Me 6/29/2013
9. I Still Remember 7/19/2013
10. The Heart Has Taken A Flight 7/4/2013
11. My Companion Is God 7/4/2013
12. In The Path Of Fire 6/23/2013
13. Unconcluded 8/4/2013
14. Absense 8/4/2013
15. In Fearful Nights 8/9/2013
16. A Colorful Dawn 8/14/2013
17. Truth Of Life Ii 8/26/2013
18. The Neverending Path 8/27/2013
19. Truth Of Life Iii 9/2/2013
20. A Promise Forever 5/26/2013
21. What Is Time? 9/10/2013
22. Loves 9/20/2013
23. Moon Asked Me 10/17/2013
24. A Good Start 10/21/2013
25. Truth Of Life V 10/17/2013
26. The Journey Of A Man 10/28/2013
27. Where Does The Smile Lie? 12/24/2013
28. Breeze 1/11/2014
29. The Song Of A Phoenix 1/11/2014
30. Those Words That I Have Kept For You 1/11/2014
31. Beloved, Beloved, O My Beloved 2/14/2014
32. What Is Life? 3/11/2014
33. The Song Of The Brave 3/21/2014
34. Some Things I Still See The Same 4/17/2014
35. A Small Leaf 4/24/2014
36. Soils 10/4/2013
37. Come, Let's Sprinkle Love 6/28/2014
38. A Witful Presence Of Life 7/24/2014
39. O The Father Of The Fathers, I Know 7/26/2014
40. Season Of Togetherness 7/29/2014
Best Poem of Piyush Dey

If I'D Only Known,

That this is the last time we've met,
I would have stopped the break of dawn,
And stopped the sun to set.

If i'd only known,
That I wouldn't ever see you again,
I would have a picture of your within,
To end my suffering, to end the pain.

If i'd only known,
That this is the last time I sit by your side,
I would have told you how much i loved you,
Keeping rest things aside.

If i'd only known,
That we would never hold hands again,
I would have held them strong,
And never let anything go wrong.

If i'd only known,
That you ...

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A crowd of troubles passed me by
As i with courage waited;
Said i, 'where do your troubles fly
When you are thus belated? '
'We go, 'they said, 'to those who mope,
Who look on life dejected,
Who weakly say goodbye to hope-
We go where we're expected.'

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