Achintya trivedi

Rookie - 370 Points (september 1998 / Lakhimpur kheri, UP, India)

Empty Field - Poem by Achintya trivedi

Thunder was outraging
the bless of last eve
Night of shadows
He told since it was....
that every single step
took Him away
He kept on wondering
what was the cause....

Heart was crying
eyes kept sobbing
nagged by the feeling
that something was wrong....
Mind unconscious
stuck in some comess
having stone over heart
He was humming a song....

Cloud were shattering
lightning was stammering
the swoosh of gust
was asking to retreat....
making way through stones
with broken tombs besides
gazed by the knights
He walked like an AFREET....

Topic(s) of this poem: alone

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This short poem is a story of my friend who once had a fight with her love. Eventually leading him on the tracks of an empty field where he was confronted by many things which tried lead him back to from where he had come. But withstanding all the forces he walked like an AFREET.

Comments about Empty Field by Achintya trivedi

  • Kelly Kurt (7/2/2015 11:01:00 PM)

    I had to look up, Afreet but then I understood.
    Thanks for sharing, Achintya
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    achintya trivedi (7/30/2015 3:03:00 PM)

    your welcome. And sorry for the inconvenience, I should've mentioned the meaning.. sorry. but thanks for reading.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 2, 2015

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