Pintu Mahakul

Gold Star - 11,409 Points (Gandam, Deogarh district, Odisha, India)

Little Flower Of Forest - Poem by Pintu Mahakul

I am a little flower of deep forest
I do ever blossom, never take rest.
I am a flower of garden of God,
I am a beloved one, ever secret pod.

I grow on muddy, sandy sod,
I raise my head, never fall in nod.
I am covered with petals of wad,
I am never worried for a clod.

I grow up with my own care
Do not know fragrance, goes truly where.
Nobody stands near, I do not stare
While wind blows I twist in fair.

I do sit in the lap of green forest
I do never stay in state of sorest.
I am a flower in garden and smallest,
Tiny soul although I am, still I am strongest.

I do not think back at all my trod,
In wind I do write, I do new prod.
Among flowers I do try to be softest,
My voice is sweet never it is hoarsest.

Topic(s) of this poem: Spirituality

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Although a little flower blossoms inside forest still it spreads fragrance and realizes importance and teaches many more to mankind. Here a soul is considered as a little flower of forest which is the specially created garden of God. In this garden soul arises as a beloved smallest flower but he is the strongest one. While he realizes his softness and sings in sweet voice the glory of God he realizes. His strength he knows and never harasses others. Here a soul is considered as a flower. This poem is based on this theme. This is written in special occasion in Brahmapur, Odisha, India and dedicated to the people of world

Comments about Little Flower Of Forest by Pintu Mahakul

  • Edward Kofi Louis (7/23/2016 4:38:00 PM)

    Ever secret pod! ! With the muse of sweet love. Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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  • Valsa George (8/8/2015 5:27:00 AM)

    Though it is only a tiny flower, it has its own beauty and grace and is a joy to the beholder! Enjoyed this lovely poem on a tiny flower! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

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