Dr. Antony Theodore


Near My Mother. - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore

Eyes wide with amazement
near my mother
I sat
On the roadside bench
moving the ground inside
in merciful love.

I watched alone.
The distant fields filled with flames
Of hatred and selfishness
condemned to burn to ashes
and be blown away by a fast wind
Into the valley of nothingness.


Comments about Near My Mother. by Dr. Antony Theodore

  • Neetha Sasidharan (9/23/2015 1:06:00 PM)


    small but it carries a lot of meaning....................nice one........ (Report) Reply

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  • Pranab K Chakraborty (8/4/2010 11:40:00 PM)


    I watched alone.
    The distant fields filled with flames
    Of hatred and selfishness
    condemned to burn to ashes
    and be blown away by a fast wind
    Into the valley of nothingness.

    Ho....could you imagine what have you drawn yourself! Classic and unique piece of proud-art of human. Just sit beside the origin of myself and beside the roadside....amazing Dr. Poet....really I have not read you before so loudly. Echoes within....Into the valley of nothingness. But here I can start a debate...valley and nothingness.....is it possible to create any imagery! Nothingness grammatically is an infinite entity, but valley is very finite one.... imprisoned by measurable units. Valley of nothingness is very romantic to listen, but meaningless perhaps.

    Well-written really an excellent creation...so come out so much quarry.....

    Regards,
    10+
    pranab
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  • (5/6/2010 1:47:00 AM)


    wow sooooooo deep thought................ (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 23, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, January 30, 2012


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