Brajendra Nath Mishra

Dew Drops - Poem by Brajendra Nath Mishra

Dew drops look like pearls
Sleeping on the grasses green.

I want to touch them with ​​fingers,
I want to close them in my fist within.

Stars in the night come from the sky,
They spread them on earth around,
Gust of wind come, strokes,
Opened, uncover and dispersed.

Bathed in those droplets,
Trick - trick comes the dawn,
Falling on the leaves, brightening them,
Fill with life - juice everyone.

Apparently stayed drops on flowers,
Touch, kiss, dance,
Staying, tap - tap, was falling,
Carry away pollen with glance.

Come to the finger tip,
Should capture, taking away,
Ask a little bit of
Pearl from the sky.

- Brajendra Nath Mishra

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is an English translation of my Hindi poem 'Os kee bunden'. I have tried to maintain the rhythm while writing this poem. This is dedicated to the children below 12 to make them aware of the nature's beauty. However there is a child in everyone's heart who wants to feel and touch the nature in its purest form.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014

Poem Edited: Monday, July 21, 2014

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