Hardik Vaidya

(26 Dec 1969, I won't be dead till you know I am alive. / Mahuva, Gujarat, India.)

Rabindranath Thakur - A strong complaint.

Do you fathom what you have done?
By penning a poem that refuses to be unsung?
Sung melodious, sung deep, sung from the sun that shines in deep?
The soul becomes an orchestra and plays to your timeless hark,
Oh Bard of Bards do you fathom what have you done?
By penning a poem that refuses to be unsung?
I don't have your heart, I don't have your soul
I am done with because I have a wee bit of your emotional stroll,
I don't have your muse, I don't have your lover,
I am strung with your poem, It sings me for ever.
It plays me like a flute, it strums me like a Sitar,
It leaves me kissed, cuddled, smothered, gasping for a fresh heart.
Oh bards of bards do you fathom what have you done?
By penning a poem that refuses to be unsung?

Submitted: Monday, February 04, 2013

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Rabindra Sangeet - Bhalo Beshe Shokhi Nibhrite Jotone Amaar Naam Tee Lekho is such a mind blowing composition by Gurudev that it refuses to leave me, and this poem is written as a complaint to Ravindranath as he has left me with that poem and I don't have the heart to feel the poem from the perspective of the poet.

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