Soran M. H


A Rosy Dream - Poem by Soran M. H

Oh, the interrupted breathing-
I met you by chance on the bank of melancholic
and muddy river
I ask you to wander the lanes of the skull
until the arrival of the marriage season
between the rains of immortality and the thirsty
shivering prairies of the psyche.
Henceforth the hands of time shall not devour me -
I shall not be easy prey between the claws of fate
where new grass, unbanned grass will grow inside me.
the locusts will eat that grass,
purge the damned giant from the shells of their intellects
and Evil will settle, forever, into the graves of nothingness

Topic(s) of this poem: suffering

Form: Free Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

contribute to the souls of one million children died because of economic sanctions

Comments about A Rosy Dream by Soran M. H

  • Anil Kumar PandaAnil Kumar Panda (2/8/2020 6:19:00 AM)

    The poem for the sad and sufferings. Touching and thought provoking. Wish it will change the hearts of those who bring sanctions to the countries. Thanks very much for posting.

    'I shall not be easy prey between the claws of fate
    where new grass, unbanned grass will grow inside me.
    the locusts will eat that grass, '... is my favorite.10+++
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    Soran M. HSoran M. H(2/8/2020 7:47:00 AM)

    Dear poet Anil many thanks for your lovely comment, we are as poet only wishing better world, we have feelings and pens, things are out of our hands, well done kind regards

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  • Soran M. HSoran M. H (1/20/2020 6:24:00 AM)

    Thanks so much for your lovely comments and your great feeling about the poems, I am glad too to be here knowing some brilliant poets such as Susan, I will try to write some genuine poems if I can to give you and all serious poetry readers some excitement and pleasure (Report)Reply

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  • Susan WilliamsSusan Williams (1/17/2020 2:33:00 PM)

    I am glad you have joined PoemHunter so that we get to read your powerful poems that demand in depth reading and thought-filled consideration. And your imagery is incomparable! ! ! You are on my favorite poet list so I will keep track of your poetry better- I don't want to miss any! (Report)Reply

    Soran M. HSoran M. H(1/20/2020 6:24:00 AM)

    Thanks so much for your lovely comments and your great feeling about the poems, I am glad too to be here knowing some brilliant poets such as Susan, I will try to write some genuine poems if I can, to give you and all serious poetry readers some excitement and pleasure

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  • Susan WilliamsSusan Williams (1/17/2020 2:25:00 PM)

    Henceforth the hands of time shall not devour me -
    I shall not be easy prey between the claws of fate
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  • Edward Kofi LouisEdward Kofi Louis (1/17/2020 1:13:00 PM)

    Psyche! ! ! ! ! ! !

    Into the graves of nothingness.


    Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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    Soran M. HSoran M. H(1/20/2020 6:16:00 AM)

    Oh ya, that is what the most poets hoping for, cheers mate all the best

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  • Aniruddha PathakAniruddha Pathak (1/15/2020 1:36:00 AM)

    What a highly imaginative poem!
    ...and a parting line, like a curtain down,
    and Evil will settle, forever, into the graves of nothingness
    beautiful
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    Soran M. HSoran M. H(1/15/2020 12:49:00 PM)

    Many thanks Dear poet Aniruddha Pathak for your amazing comment and spending time to read my poems, your comment is the best gift to me, with Kind Regards and wishing you all the best...

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  • Soran M. HSoran M. H (1/7/2020 10:46:00 AM)

    Part 1/ Dear Dr Shaun Thanks for your lovely comments, Honestly and without exaggeration you are the true poetry lover, your examples are very few nowadays, I have noticed from all your important comments how you are seriously looking into the inner side of the poems and seeing what is going on behind the words and the meanings (Report)Reply

    Shaun CronickShaun Cronick(1/16/2020 2:39:00 PM)

    What really drives me when writing is my favourite poetess Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
    An incredible woman and life offering her gift to all. I've written a few in homage to this gifted woman.
    I put up her The Two Glasses poem exactly 100 hundred years since she sadly passed.
    And in the poet's notes section is the secret shared as to why I write.
    Thanks again Soran and keep writing my friend.

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  • Shaun CronickShaun Cronick (1/6/2020 6:02:00 PM)

    Soran another beautifully written and heartachingly presented poem illuminating tragedy.
    Loved the closing line also 'I shall not be easy prey between the claws of fate'.
    A superb clarion call to the ignorant to wake up and take stock of the world around them and it's suffering.
    ! 0++ and added to my food for thought list. Thank you Soran and peace be with you.
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    Soran M. HSoran M. H(1/7/2020 10:44:00 AM)

    • Part2/ always your understanding and interpretations are deeper and more accurate comparing with some others, J P Sartre called these type of readings by: the procedure of Readers' rewriting poem...you are the one who gives the poems meanings

    Soran M. HSoran M. H(1/7/2020 10:33:00 AM)

    I don't know whether you have thought to write criticism or no? but I think you would be able to write the academic reviews and criticism about poetry, I hope for you every success and best wishes, Cheers mate ***three stars to you from me***

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  • Shaun Cronick (1/6/2020 5:47:00 PM)

    Soran yet another beautifully written and imagined heart-felt poem demonstrating tragedy,
    that seizes any readers attention and gifts from them food for thought and a deafening wake up call to the shallow and ignorant. Love the last line and ' I shall not be easy prey between the claws of fate'.
    Simply wonderful! 10++ added to my human empathy and soul searching chest. Thank you good Soran and peace be with you.
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  • Robert Murray SmithRobert Murray Smith (1/5/2020 5:31:00 PM)

    A poem that suffers with the dead. (Report)Reply

    Soran M. HSoran M. H(1/5/2020 6:04:00 PM)

    thanks for reading the poem and your comment, suffering every where but in different forms, but only in our poems the evil can be ended...

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 5, 2020

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 5, 2020


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