Sunday, December 21, 2014

A Rare Beauty Beheld! Comments

Rating: 5.0
Through the country paths, I lazily loitered
Watching Nature in its changing hue
Straying a little farther into the interiors
Sundry and sublime vistas came into view

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Valsa George
COMMENTS
Naeema Abdelgawad 27 August 2018
Thanks Valsa for writing this rare beauty of vivid images! With you, I have been strolling in the country perceiving the beauty of nature. The vivid picture was made true through the quatrain-technique with which the reader feels that she/he walks and perceives some amazing scenes that are unique to the country life.
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Valsa George 28 August 2018
You are absolutely right Naeema! Such scenes can be found only in a country side. Meeting that boy has been a rare experience and its memory still stays so green in my mind! Thank you for your lovely comment. Sorry, I couldn't find your page!
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Jasbir Chatterjee 13 January 2015
It is a very beautiful poem...
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Geetha Jayakumar 06 January 2015
A Rare Beauty painted so well I just loved it very well Natures beauty shaded well Description of son's love for mom portrayed very well. A Fantastic poem Valsa. Your pen flows freely on any topic very well. Loved it.
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Paul Sebastian 03 January 2015
A poignant poem so well pictured bringing home a message of simplicity, innocence, love-driven mission and hope discovered in your encounter with the about fifteen-year-old boy. Very perceptive. Thank you. Score perfect 10.
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Paul Sebastian 03 January 2015
A poignant poem so well pictured bringing home a message of simplicity, innocence, love-driven mission and hope discovered in your encounter with the about fifteen-year-old boy. Very perceptive. Thank you. Score perfect 10.
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Daniel Brick 01 January 2015
What a beautiful poem! But how could it be otherwise since your subjects, so lovingly developed, are both beautiful. First, it is the natural beauty of a landscape not yet blighted by industrialism and pollution. And there is a perfect match between your mind which registers the beauty and nature which tosses it outward at a prodigious rate. You capture that special transition moment between seasons which symbolizes the special humanm moments we share. And one of those becomes your second subject. You deftly handle the evocation of this uncorrupted young man, he blesses us readers with his innocence and sincerity. You know what I kept thinking of as I read this poem? Those early poems of Wordsworth when he too was hiking in a natural setting and meeting peasants whose integrity so impressed him with the natural goodness of humanity. Generations later his poems convey hope to us, and now you have given us a contemporary example of the visionary poetry. A vision of blessedness on earth with no supernatural intervention. I was indirectly quoting Wordsworth when I described your view of nature who linked the human mind to nature. What a wonderful poem to read on New Year's Day!
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Piyush Dey 01 January 2015
This is a very beautiful piece written by you, mam. I loved it's flow and the simple tone of the narrator. It brings out all the nuances of the moments and finishes quite beautifully. lovely.
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Anil Kumar Panda 30 December 2014
beautiful write! ! loved it.
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Lyn Paul 28 December 2014
Beautiful words Valsa from such a kind heart.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 28 December 2014
I saw him disappeared behind tree makes this special momentum in poetic society. A gentle breeze passed over and we all wait for such situation where compassion comes in mind ever. Very nice poem shared on.
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Tirupathi Chandrupatla 25 December 2014
Beautiful poem full of compassion, deep feelings, and love. Thank you.
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Chinedu Dike 24 December 2014
A lovely narrative poem, well articulated and nicely penned. A beautiful piece indeed. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MZANSI AND THE BALLOT BOX.
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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 23 December 2014
While parting, I handed over him some money.. nice gesture many want but can't for the fear of insult
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Dr Pintu Mahakul 23 December 2014
Rare beauty is ever attractive towards mind. Nature keeps such beauty that nurtures always. Life is painted with colour and we feel cheerful moments. Nature seems to rejoice. Great and wonderful one.
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Dinesan Madathil 23 December 2014
Of all relations we speak of I think the one between a mother and her son is special and it is worth a meditative interpretation... Great poem Valsa Madam.. A sure 10 for this write.
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Salini Nair 23 December 2014
A gentle breeze passed caressing us As if over a kind gesture, Nature seemed to rejoice.....think its a poem on real incident....great work madam
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Kumarmani Mahakul 22 December 2014
From every utterance, I could sense his filial love. Really very beautiful poem composed. It gives a clear picture of life and feelings. Natured seemed to rejoice makes this wonderful really.
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Hazel Durham 22 December 2014
A beautiful write about nature and about life for a boy who happily has dedicated his life to his mother with an innocent contentment at his choice of lifestyle and your compassion for his situation! A moving and superb write!
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Rajesh Thankappan 22 December 2014
A touching poem laced with the sheer beauty of the verse. Loved reading it.
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Akhtar Jawad 22 December 2014
A touching poem, helping a boy who is struggling for ailing mother is service to God..................10
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