A Promise

Rating: 5.0
A promise


A star, a planet
With all their light
Healing the earth or
Sleeping into the
Heavy muscle of Tyson

There came a ruby rob
Who mourn one day
Not able to stop the night
out In the jungle bay

A pine, a wall
How much are they built?
Every stem of life memory
Falling everyday
With clenched teeth

So starting a story
Continue the pages
Turn the phases
Till that cries end.
And at last it came to an end...
The same wheel turning
The same page
One after another…
Sunday, June 15, 2008
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COMMENTS
Sarvesh Kulkarni 28 November 2008
Wonderful poem..maam...a bit over my head...but enjoyed it still.....loved the way of rendition..as an indifferent silent observer...thanks.
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Ashraful Musaddeq 11 September 2008
Chomotkar, Nice, Shundor hoyeche. I love it.
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Kesav Easwaran 29 August 2008
bitter feelings shared...forceful way of poem telling i must say...a ruby rob...a rout...well, Mosumi...i think the poem tries to tell more than it can hold inside its lines...aweful write 10
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Subbaraman N V 13 July 2008
That indeed admirably applies to our life too!
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Dr.subhendu Kar 15 June 2008
the gleams of light falling upon the green blood when riffles through the time and space it flows yet with joy and sorrow hand in hand onto the last day across last word the story yet untold..................wonderful poem ingenious with the imagery by the life.superb write,10++, thanks for sharing
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