Bindu Borle

Rookie (1st January 1969 / New Delhi)

Bindu Borle Poems

1. Vision 11/11/2005
2. Illusions 11/11/2005
3. Thoughts 11/11/2005
4. Solitude 11/11/2005
5. Memories 1 11/11/2005
6. Memories 2 11/11/2005
7. Strange Vibrations 11/11/2005
8. Dream 11/11/2005
9. Defining Truth 11/18/2005
10. Your Thoughts 11/18/2005
11. A Desire 12/5/2005
12. For My Love 12/5/2005
13. Moments 12/5/2005
14. One Year 12/5/2005
15. Of Shady Shadows 12/7/2005
16. Witness 11/9/2005
17. Swan Song 11/9/2005
18. Next Life 11/9/2005
19. Ruins 11/9/2005
20. City Life 11/9/2005
21. One Night Stand 11/10/2005
22. Emptiness 11/10/2005
23. September Sonata 11/10/2005
24. Invisible Visitor 11/11/2005
25. Lost Love 11/9/2005
26. A Masquerade 11/9/2005
27. Its All About Love 11/9/2005
28. Overture 11/9/2005
29. A Day With My Soul 11/9/2005
30. The Game Of Life 11/9/2005
31. You 11/9/2005
32. Prelude To Love 11/9/2005
33. Shades Of Life 11/9/2005
34. Melancholy 11/9/2005
35. Self Possessed 11/9/2005
36. Being Alone 2 11/9/2005
37. Being Alone 1 11/9/2005
38. My Thoughts 11/9/2005
39. The War 9/21/2006
40. All I Want 2/18/2007

Comments about Bindu Borle

  • Ron Price Ron Price (12/17/2005 11:16:00 PM)

    Bindu, I've just read the first four poems on this list and let me make the following points:

    1. the poet Archibald MacLeish says that a poem is an impulse, a glimpse, a cloudy glimpse and the labour of the poet is to create the form which will contain the relationship that turns the glimpse into image. You do that well.

    2.If poetry teaches us how to talk to ourselves, you do that well.

    3.what I try to do and I don't do it well-nor do you-is to change the way people experience their lives. You are good at description, but I'd like to see more beneath the surfact in your poetry-and mine.-Ron

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Best Poem of Bindu Borle

The Sea And The Solitary Soul

Quiet, near the sea
But miles away from the crowd
Stands the solitary figure
Whose gaze pierces the depth
The dark sea and the dark night
Appears mysterious and too frightening
But she stands unbaffled and remote

The dark sea echoes within her
Remote and alluring…
Both are calm
But with a tumult inside
She is now closer to the sea
Herself the solitary figure
To be one with the sea
To share the isolation
And the alluring mystery

Copyright © 2006, Bindu Borle

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Sandclock

Sand of time slipping fast
So fast I can hold it in my hands any more
It has once again succeeded
This glittering, shining sand

I lost once again.
Temptation was far too strong
A mirage formed
An obsession headstrong

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