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Deb Panda

Rookie - 156 Points (1992 / KEONJHAR, ODISHA, INDIA)

Smiles across Compact Chambers!

Your face reflects upon these compact chambers-
Smiling and sincere-in fun, frolics
With bosom companies, schedules, lectures
Under the sun, unconscious world- yet to grip!

Up and above marvels! With an iron will-
You ride this wave, rare in the dawn-
And unwavering zeal, across cramped corners pass-
Appear! Light with moist accounts, yearn!

And remedy, is this delight with spirit-
Pride- for the pain of carrying this script-
Under the shady gale of afternoon-
Far off the ranges, above my head-drift!

Joy! Bound with no burden of lie-
Upon my vision to hide from those chambers-
That plays across a wide laughter,
When I am downstairs -smiles, stares!

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: smile

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To-...5.. This was written after the examination of last class test was over on 10th, and a wonderful cloudy sky with gentle wind, swaying flowers were awaiting me downstairs! ... This was written from the most beautiful marvel of college, place for best view of natural landscapes! Hillsides, stretches, greenery, settling sun and smiling reflections all made me nostalgic on my first visit to this block of college.....and the poem is an vivid account of the rest.....

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