Hans Raj Sharma


Catching Up - Poem by Hans Raj Sharma

Language and voice of the souls-
From a harsh reality of modern-day living
Love for poetry and craft taking the shape
Touching love for nature, plant and trees.

Readers and writers assimilating thoughts
Not so easy to articulate mixed-feelings
Pretty much spent student-hood reading and writing-
Childhood dreaming, basking in the winter sun.

Glory of beauty in warmth of school and home
Books being dreams, holding sharp thoughts
In the hands with a choice forming visions
Laughing out loud in a lovely company-
Getting emotionally strong, back after long.

All in good humour, in one's Alma mater
Not often does one get a chance-
And when one does
It's a roller-coaster of memories catching up.
-Copyright © hrsharma ®2018
Ludhiana, Punjab, India.

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All in good humour, in one's alma mater
Not often does one get a chance-
And when one does
It's a roller-coaster of memories catching up.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 24, 2018



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