Suren Sun

Rookie (India)

Joy In Loneliness - Poem by Suren Sun

A tiny walk in a snow filled lanes
With fray of memories in senses
A perception of the radiant avis
Beatitude beyond ceased sonnets

In isle, with full of tinted blossoms
Loneliness shaping fanciful hopes
Wishes that overtake the tiny tots
Craving to stay down there forever

Tender thoughts role our years back
That packs impaired heart with passion
A split moment lapses recalling the loved
Bestows affable smile on our candy lips

A happiness without any barrage
That brings delight with a mirage love
A classical song in a pleasant eve
That bestows a naive grin on face

A pleasant calm recalls the transpired
That we had with the revered ones
It minds the alien melody we caught
To reserve the ivory shades that passed

There exists no mean for ecstasy
When we cannot undergo incisive grief
For ease life, we gaze varied reasons
That can never sustain in all seasons

Isolated, I can easily scribe for rejoice
If it is everlasting in the irksome realm
There is always a hunt for gratification
Reality about such a thing never glitters

When staring at blushed sun in the dawn
Wishes Esteem from the swayed heart
A meager slake about the destiny
Refrain the hidden foils of mind

Solitude brings us the reliance
To emerge as a veritable mortal
When there is nothing to comprehend
Our existence is a material fulfillment


Comments about Joy In Loneliness by Suren Sun

  • (6/28/2005 6:13:00 AM)

    You've chosen a sort of 19th century flowery style, but I don't think it works. I don't know what you're trying to say with this poem. I'm not sure you do either. You have a good eye and good vocabulary. So maybe free yourself from the stylistic confines you've put yourself into. (Report)Reply

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  • (6/28/2005 5:23:00 AM)

    There is nice rhyme in this poem but lacking in thought. Any way good attempt. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 28, 2005



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