MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.


~ Let O You Not ~ [christmas Submission By ~ Wee Niv] - Poem by MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.

~ LET O YOU NOT ~
Ms. Nivedita
UK
24 December,2009.

Orphans, distressed
Heard Thine name
Return with
Have nothing
Let O You not.
.
In despair
Weep those
Wipe eyes
Let O You.

Whose bosom is
In trepidation
Assure them let
O You.

Needy, fortuneless
Destitute in hundreds
There are,
Bosoms worn out
By woes
Weeping ceaselessly
Doomed by sins
Alas
Go to whom
Where the path is?
Appear before
Their vision
O You.
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Adapted from RNT [for detail info please read Bliss ~ niv]

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Comments about ~ Let O You Not ~ [christmas Submission By ~ Wee Niv] by MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.

  • Valsa George (12/30/2012 4:02:00 AM)


    An appeal to all to open their eyes and look around to see the orphans and the destitute with empathy! ! A lofty exhortation on Christmas! ! (Report) Reply

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  • (12/26/2012 8:55:00 AM)


    Christmas is a time of giving though the date of christ birth is actually hidden in bible and the day is faded in the illusion of the gifts of three wise men... but then there was only one christian and he died on the cross... so what is christmas it is now a retail driven money spinner, with no spirit or soul! Why turn your back on the troubles of the world to give to your own? ? ? Simple actually charity begins at home. The needy, poverty stricken people who never know this time of year like most do... just need a kind heart... home is where the heart is... are you will to give it so generously to them? ? ? A heart felt poem that gives out a message all should hear and adhere too... but do not! (Report) Reply

  • (12/24/2012 12:13:00 PM)


    The plight of many is distressing. It's encumbent upon us all to do what we can to help, not just at this time of the year but year round. (Report) Reply

  • (12/24/2012 4:23:00 AM)


    Needy, fortuneless
    Destitute in hundreds
    There are,
    Bosoms worn out
    By woes
    Weeping ceaselessly
    Doomed by sins
    Alas
    Go to whom
    Where the path is?
    -beautiful touching lines
    Santa clauses are there
    On Christmas days
    Is there any Santa Clause
    To offer help and gifts
    to these homeless pathless
    life denied waylaid Destitute
    In hundreds and thousands?
    -good poem Nivetita and thanks for bringing Tagore in your stylish lines
    --KAVIN CHARALAN
    (Report) Reply

  • Louis Cecile (12/23/2012 2:32:00 PM)


    This is very much topical when you read 3 food banks are set up every week in the UK. I simple focus on the plight with little use of metaphor to directly make the reader feel the lost. Great piece. (Report) Reply

  • Diptesh Augustine Sarkar (12/23/2012 12:43:00 PM)


    Liked it...Merry Christmas to You... (Report) Reply

  • (12/23/2012 4:19:00 AM)


    very nice, simply sensible! (Report) Reply

  • Hazel Durham (12/21/2012 3:43:00 PM)


    At Christmas we need to help the poor and forgotten people of the world who live in despair with the terrible pain of hunger. With God's love we can help God's own people to give them hope as their new horizon!
    Inspired write!
    (Report) Reply

  • Miroslava Odalovic (10/15/2010 8:18:00 AM)


    Very nice, very emphatic. Let your good will be universal benevolence. (Report) Reply

  • (8/3/2010 9:26:00 PM)


    I have not read all your works, but this I think is the best of all. Its emotionally moving, it has a place in our society, its calls out our morals as humans, the characters are very real and believable. its got every element yo want in poetry. Well done 10/10 (Report) Reply

  • Cat Tiger (8/2/2010 10:59:00 PM)


    Not only do you write prolifically, you read much...Here is the spirit of Mr. Dickens as admired by an Indian lady. fascinating. (Report) Reply

  • (7/22/2010 5:08:00 PM)


    Poem with a sense..meaning and thought... (Report) Reply

  • (5/26/2010 11:36:00 AM)


    Some of us still cry for the poor when we cry for those we love also. Do we not also remember them. Especially at Christmas.
    'Orphans, distressed
    Heard Thine name'
    This is the reason we remember them we write for them and ourselves especially at Xmas. I wrote the lines below in 'State Of 20th Century Man' for the poor and distressed many years ago, they are often in my thoughts. Does not remembering make us a better person when we remember our blessings and the plight of those less fortunate?

    Celebrations abound, a warm Christmas day,
    but for the poverty-stricken poor, another hungry day.
    The Christmas Spirit, barely remembered now
    a gluttonous feast, chicken, wine.
    Who cares for the precepts of another time?

    Again a wonderful write Nivedita 10
    (Report) Reply

  • Allemagne Roßmann (2/21/2010 3:08:00 PM)


    Weep those
    Wipe eyes
    Let O You.

    But you will not---Even i wont.We can only write......................written well.Cheers.Aamit Rothschild.
    (Report) Reply

  • (1/14/2010 9:51:00 AM)


    Ambrosial distillate by wringing the heart and achefully wreathed garland chant…and best prayer for Holy Christmas…
    10
    dr.sakti
    (Report) Reply

  • (1/7/2010 6:59:00 PM)


    passionate thoughts for the unfortunate ones of the world. Sorry I'm late reading this lovely poem, the holiday season kept me busy. (Report) Reply

  • (1/6/2010 10:38:00 AM)


    Like an utmost cry of passionate heart for the destitute…for their beatitude
    10+++
    Best Christmas Prayer…what else can be than this? 20/15
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  • (1/4/2010 6:32:00 AM)


    thats good one.very well written. (Report) Reply

  • (1/3/2010 1:25:00 AM)


    What else can be better than best ‘Tearful-Carol’ of Holy Christmas than this ‘Inner Cry’

    Thank you Miss. Nivedita

    With wet eyes 10+++
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  • (1/3/2010 12:45:00 AM)


    It will help nurse a lot of wounded souls.
    With this one you break away from your
    contemporary style. A good one.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 24, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 25, 2010


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