Alok Mishra

Rookie - 0 Points (15-02-1991 / Born in Parwalpur, Nalnada, Bihar, India)

An Ode To Coleridge's Mariner - Poem by Alok Mishra

An Ode to Coleridge's Mariner

Lonely thou afloat alone
Alone and alone, amid ocean.
In the ocean Moon had gone
Sun too came out, but not of Horizon!
You punished innocent, the ignorant,
But broad chest God
Granted godly pardon to you.
Melting heart, had started to melt
More and more.
The law of love you had felt
And you came to shore…

God elected you to pervade
Of love, universal law and shade.
Color of love lasts eternal
Of sin or crime it'll never fade!

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

The lesson of love that Coleridge taught us, just an attempt to stamp it more lucid!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2012



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