A Last Tribute -01 Poem by Subhas Chandra Chakra

Subhas Chandra Chakra

Sainkul, Anandapur, Odisha, India

A Last Tribute -01

Rating: 5.0


Once upon a time, dear
This day, every year
Made me bathe in tear-
As it came so near.

At a pretty little past
Although it'd be the last,
For things fade so fast
't was day of my heart.


On this day you came
To my Earth like flame,
Gave my love a name
And my mind, a frame.


The way I felt the Sun,
The way I spent the days,
The way I looked the sky
The way I touched the waves,


Everything what was there,
Never looked so fine,
All they started to shine
As if with your sign.



To be continued....

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: birthday,forgotten love,memoir
COMMENTS OF THE POEM

A poignant poem of love so beautifully crafted. Each line of this poem is embedded with passion and marvelous thoughts. The flow, construction and rhyme are just fantastic. Can't wait to read the continuation of this great piece of work.10

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Nudershada Cabanes 31 May 2018

Poignantly sweet sentiments.10

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Me Poet Yeps Poet 02 June 2018

good poetic thoughts need to be streamlined ur the most up coming poet on PH KNOW IT

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Sabita Sahoo 07 November 2020

I adore such lovely sentiments in the poem.a very sweet lovely poem from you..reminds me of my early teen days. 10 out of ten Sir.

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Bhagabat Prasad Hotta 28 October 2018

THIS POEM REMEMBERED MY CHILDHOOD MEMORIES IN THE SPRING. THANK YOU SIR.

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Naila Rais 28 June 2018

A lovely poem... Birthday wishes..... Thanx for sharing sir.... Naila

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Kumarmani Mahakul 13 June 2018

Poetic thoughts have been reflected touchingly in this poem. I quote...... On this day you came To my Earth like flame, Gave my love a name And my mind, a frame. A beautiful poem on love, birthday and melancholy has been presented astutely.10

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Muzahidul Reza 10 June 2018

Melancholic but well composed, thanks for sharing the poem with us

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Subhas Chandra Chakra

Sainkul, Anandapur, Odisha, India
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