Aman Saa

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I - Poem by Aman Saa

I am the son of my village, ,
I am born in the dreams of my father
and my childhood is his craft,
and the blossoming of my mother's garden.
So, often in my journey the fragrances of my village soil nourish me,
the messages of my mother hug me
and I draw warmth.....

I am the definition of my dreams, , ,
dreams those are birth less, ,
dreams ageless, ,
dreams those are indifferent to failure and success..
dreams those can decorate each of life's blank page, , ,

I am my best companion, , ,
Though I cannot hold my own hands, ,
I am my only guide, ,
In each of my failure and victory, ,
I have taken guard and declared to them they
aren't important to me more than myself...
I have invited myself to newness and gifted myself a new quest,

I am my best friend, ,
I am my strongest critic
and I am my deepest lover, , ,
drinking my own blood, sweat and tears, , ,
believe me, I have nullified the chances of betrayal....

I am a lover, , ,
though I have never met love...
for love is a statue and so it stays,
I am son of my village
On the palms of infinite I travel from nowhere to nowhere..
I am the song of the sky, , ,
and my pain is deeper than blue, ,
I have been friend of my father, , ,
and lover of my mother.

I am the son of my village..
So often in the journey
the fragrances of village soil nourish me,
and I draw warmth

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  • Sun ShineSun Shine (8/31/2012 12:45:00 PM)


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  • Walterrean Salley (6/10/2012 12:55:00 AM)

    We are the product of our upbringing. And it seems that you've had great nurturing- which you haven't forgotten, nor will you ever forget. And such nurturing makes you the man that you are today. (Report)Reply

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  • Wahab AbdulWahab Abdul (4/2/2012 10:17:00 PM)

    what a nice poem! totally different from the mainstream, i am in the opinion of batool , and i agree with her cent percent. (Report)Reply

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  • Jasbir ChatterjeeJasbir Chatterjee (4/1/2012 11:59:00 PM)

    lovely poem...most poets write about feeling is something about being strongly rooted... (Report)Reply

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  • Jinal OswalJinal Oswal (3/26/2012 6:28:00 AM)

    A very nice poem, I this on its own says many things.. it reflects a confidence... A nice write :) (Report)Reply

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  • Siyabonga A Nxumalo (3/26/2012 4:58:00 AM)

    Great poem, with good the way you say

    'im the son of my village,
    the fragrances of my village soil
    nourishes me'

    thanks for the invite, i'll read more.

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  • Neela Nath Das (3/25/2012 3:20:00 AM)

    Sweet poem. Simple but signifying a lot! (Report)Reply

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  • Tanvi DamleTanvi Damle (3/21/2012 8:30:00 AM)

    itz a very well written poem that highlights so many's really good.. (Report)Reply

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  • Shahzia BatoolShahzia Batool (3/20/2012 5:22:00 PM)

    I simply n humbly accept my inability to praise the poem...
    what delicacy of the poem to discuss? what to leave?
    the charm of the diction?
    the self-awareness?
    the feeling of responsibility?
    the bonding with the parents?
    the old rock-hard concept is shaken here: (who knows what we are, and what we feel)
    you know what you are n what you feel....
    you are the son of your village soil...that's why you are so pure...
    i would love to note down this poem in my diary...

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  • Ekaterina M. PolischukEkaterina M. Polischuk (3/20/2012 2:10:00 PM)

    nice poem. i like your way of thinking and your imagination about yourself and the way you describe all faces of your soul. good writing, keep it up. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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