A grain of rice
In the cooking pot
Cries, 'I wish
I could get out! '
I wish I could get out
Of this cooking pot
With the entire waters
Of The Flood,
Nay, Styx drained
Enough to drown
And the infernal fire under it.
Part uh..4 or 5---Thank you for writing in depth about life--you have a singular voice---tons of stars on this piece!
Part 3. Hope I made sense--but I can't dip a toe in your poetry, I am drawn to submerge myself in them
part 2. You take the ordinary things of life and use them to describe the similarities in the differences.
An unusual and powerful way to write about this topic. That gives us an idea of outreach.
The poem reminds me of the documentary the pearl button
ThT is a great honour, dear poet. The Pearl Button is definitely a great work of art. Thank you
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
Wonderful imagination... many congratulations dear poet. Top score.
My sincerest thanks, Dilipji. Obliged
I am grateful to you, Dilipji.
It makes me immensely proud that Dillipji has spent so much of time on this poem and has favoured me with such detailed comments. How do thank you, Sir?