Harish k. Thakur

Rookie - 68 Points (17-11-1968 / Shimla)

For A Serbian Girl - Poem by Harish k. Thakur

You sit smiling
Inveigling the roaming eyes.

Your hands arrange
The crockery, the showpieces
Paintings and candles

Your fingers present the items
A sheer touch of business
That turns at my end
A business of touch.

My old friend is also a gone case
As he proposes you,
Though, in a way sarcastically
Shying you escape the misdemeanor
And move on to the next client.

I have to go for something
As I see the items
Through your face.

Whatever you say
Is the final dictum,
And works well on my pocket.
I pour more dollars
And disturb my budget
To become a mendicant.

Your adieu works well
Over the shillaber,
Smilingly you wish best of journey
To all of us.

Arrayed well on the cabinet
And chiffons,
My wife appreciates the purchase
And I smile the things away

Comments about For A Serbian Girl by Harish k. Thakur

  • (10/8/2008 8:09:00 AM)

    'My wife appreciated the purchase
    And i smile the things away '
    Nice poem..
    You are a nice hubby.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008

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