I posted a poem thinking of someone.
My poem reached another one.
He took it differently.
Some one took in other way.
I got reaction of poem in an unexpected way
Overall a confusion played a good role
In the poetic field.
Then a sequence of poem played its role one by one.
Finally someone misunderstood me.
Some got angry too.
I forgot to write my poems as I was busy to read others poem.
To see what they are speaking.
It took three days to study what the others poem meant.
My head was just engrossed in dictionary
In search of meanings
A slight mistake while judging others poem can do wonders.
If poem not read properly a lot of confusion can be the outcome.
So many chaos in one roof
Though no sounds but commotions played its role perfectly.
Finally I feel myself in a nowheres land.
With my head reeling in all direction.
Now I forgot which direction am heading too!
And forgot my way too.
Leaving me puzzled.
Interpretation of poem is very difficult.
The poem may look very simple
But to sieve out the deep meaning is really wonderful
If any poem spins on my head
Till I get its meaning
My head too spin with the poem.
Only, I can tell is.....
It drives me crazy!
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
Poet know what he wants to convey.
Since Literature was not a part of my subject.
I really take so much time to judge ones poem.
I am so crazy, if anything get struck in my mind, I don't like to leave it incomplete.
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