Soumita Sarkar Ray

Veteran Poet - 1,444 Points (Kolkata)

Wave Monologue Poem by Soumita Sarkar Ray


I saw -
a sea talking to me
Till now it meant
Gallons of water
without any mind and me
thrown in a deep valley

As I reside closer
now in a quarter
I got a reason to
search a cause of their
processing and receding

Water do a lot
a bold talking
In a language
clearly visible
Waves roll, wind voice
Flora thrive, creature survive

Moon is they say
their sole master
Tide and ebb creator
obedient follower

These waves from water
Night and day
follow a path
follow a pattern
like a monologue

Submitted: Tuesday, July 08, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: nature


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  • Rookie - 171 Points Sankar Sehanabis (7/18/2014 2:54:00 AM)

    Moon may be the sole administrator but the monologue rightly heard to narrate such a beautiful poem. Existence is still waiting for your comment. (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 15,793 Points Roseann Shawiak (7/14/2014 10:15:00 PM)

    Water and waves do have a language clearly all their own, you have figured out the pattern of it's source, a monologue of sorts. Very astute, I love this poem. Thank you for the wonderful comments you have given about my poems, I appreciate them very much. RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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