A Divine Letter Poem by Namita Rani Panda

A Divine Letter

Rating: 5.0


Isn't the sky a divine letter
with Sun, moon and stars as its indelible letters
written by God with heavenly ink
that perpetually entice and blink?

It's a marvellous creation of the greatest Creator
with a hidden message for each creature
that every moment changes its texture
from blue to crimson or grey to azure.

It's a solace to the love lost lover,
a source of inspiration to the poets and painters,
a mystery to innumerable star gazers

To read His letter we need keen eyes
that teaches us to shine brightly in spite of darkness
and scatter warmth in spite of loneliness
As day comes after the night there is an end to everyone's plight
So let's read this letter with utmost care!

*(c) Namita Rani Panda
31/03/2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: nature
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Mario, Lucien, Rene Odekerken 20 September 2017

Beautiful poem Namita Thank you for sharing Mario Odekerken

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Namita Rani Panda 21 September 2017

An ocean of thanks for appreciation

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Dr Dillip K Swain 15 March 2022

Magnificent! Loved the poetic expression...5 stars.

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Chinedu Dike 28 June 2018

A free flight of creativity on winged imagination. Well conceived and elegantly brought forth in persuasive poetic diction with artistic brilliance. Thanks for sharing Namita and do remain enriched.

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Dr Antony Theodore 11 May 2018

Isn't the sky a divine letter with Sun, moon and stars as its indelible letters such wonderful theological perspective written in poetic moods. loved your poem.. yes through nature we can reach God always, day and night. wonderful poem. tony

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Dr Dillip K Swain 01 October 2017

It's a solace to the love lost lover/a source of inspiration for poets and painters-beautiful narration! A very fabulous poem. Thank you Namita Rani Panda for Sharing! Congrats..! !

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Sabita Sahoo 20 September 2017

It's a solace to the love lost lover, a source of inspiration to the poets and painters, a mystery to innumerable star gazers Beautiful poem dear poetess. 10++++

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Namita Rani Panda 21 September 2017

Humble thanks madam for your inspiration

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