A Budding Bloom… Poem by Kesav Venkat Easwaran

A Budding Bloom…

Rating: 5.0


Dear me! You wax and wane
Akin to moon
Display a crescent to full
Differ lovingly day by day...
A no-moon day too gives
The longing to watch
A nascent frill on the sky,
Next day

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Sunday, August 3, 2008
Topic(s) of this poem: females,longing,moon,romanticism,sky
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Akhila V 28 April 2009

thats a sweet n simple poem.the phases of the moon described in depth with simple words.Humans do go through that change, unbelievably, unnoticed.Liked it a lot.Nice write.

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Subroto Chatterjee 30 April 2009

That's a good baby song...a little baby or your beloved one...Listen to Elvis Presley's 'Moody Blues'...regarding the missus. As for the little baby, you can croon your lovely poem as a lullaby.. Cheers. Subroto

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The moon represents the depth of our subconscious and shows how we express our emotions and nurturing skills, and it is the feminine side of our nature. And she can be quite fickle as your poem creatively shows. Interesting work.... Karin Anderson

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Obinna Eruchie 14 June 2009

a beautiful piece of poetry.

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Marieta Maglas 08 July 2009

you suggest very well the darkness by using this epithet: ''A no-moon day too gives ''.well written poem..10+ from me

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Maria Mitea 08 January 2023

Excellent work, Kesav!

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Rob Lamberton 08 January 2023

"You wax and wane Akin to moon"…I really like the longing on the no-moon day element of your poem! 5*****

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Valsa George 01 April 2020

I feel, here the comparison is to a woman who has fluctuating moods like the moon! On some days, she waxes in energy and cheer. On some other days she loses half of her lustre. Whether she waxes or wanes, the very thought of her is thrilling! Another beautiful poem!

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John Oconnell 16 May 2010

Fabulous! Thanks for your very kind readings.

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Raj Nandy 29 March 2010

A LOVELY POEM KESAV ji! Janani in her comments has also captured the mood effectively! 10! -Raj

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