Nagging To Sun Poem by Mustafa Kenj

Nagging To Sun

Rating: 4.1


My sun arose over the whole earth
From oceans clouds to make to rain
My wind bringest the relief to drought
Each day, the sun and the oceans melt
Ah my sun, from my alikes so ashamed
Males compete after numbers as blinds
Females themselves into the powerful ones
Whose fault, who victimizes who, both's guilt
As far as conscious, as if playing roles in theatre
My day-time sun so hot, as night comes, it cools
The peak at early afternoon it eases the heat
As if the further it goes, the cooler it feels
Bodies core, as sun's, its pole likewise moves

Friday, May 1, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: literature,romance,romanticism,sun
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Mahtab Bangalee 16 May 2020

sun the eternal being romantically revolves around the loving words where lover spots finds out the existence of mind to spend united time peacefully..... beautiful poem penned.... congrats..10+

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Prabir Gayen 16 May 2020

Read poems of PH poets...poet poet and many others like Dilip Kumar Swain.. M Smith and Sylvia Frances Chan... Congrats for Pod...

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Sylvia Frances Chan 28 December 2020

A marvelous poem for pondering about. Excellent thought-provoking poem. Great applause for you, Mustafa poet.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 16 May 2020

A wonderful free verse! Many congratulations for this beautiful poem being selected as Poem of the Day!

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Dr Antony Theodore 16 May 2020

My day-time sun so hot, as night comes, it cools The peak at early afternoon it eases the heat As if the further it goes, the cooler it feels Bodies core, as sun's, its pole likewise moves. very fine poem.. imagination.. wonderful. tony

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Edward Kofi Louis 16 May 2020

" Whose fault" ? ! Musing along with the sun; Sunshine love. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Harindhar Reddy 16 May 2020

Your poem circled around the sun like the earth; it's truth sun is the bringer of joy spreading everywhere An awesome poem throwing light on humans and nature alike!

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