Pranab K. Chakraborty

Gold Star - 15,613 Points (West Bengal)

Poets - Poem by Pranab K. Chakraborty

we always busy
to weave another sky
you can fly freely

we never expect
your garland
the dollars heavy
on your gravity

your clumsy thoughts
burdened with rat-race
senseless fight
to exhibit you great

we always busy
to spread your lampshade
into infinity

never we die
with any failure
or live we to die
with every success
our words put every brush
to ornament that sky
where you can fly
freely


Pranab k c
15/08/2012


Comments about Poets by Pranab K. Chakraborty

  • Luo Zhihai (7/16/2017 4:17:00 AM)


    we always busy, that's true life (Report) Reply

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  • (8/24/2012 5:55:00 PM)


    Eloquently written...possesses a good dose of the dramatic.Excellent write. (Report) Reply

  • Stevie Taite (8/18/2012 3:34:00 AM)


    I just love your ability in this poem to be unapologetic in your gift of creativity. Beautifully shared! Thank you Pranab. (Report) Reply

  • (8/16/2012 2:26:00 AM)


    we always busy
    to weave another sky

    This seems to be a burden for most serious artists. Poets mix company with novelists, short story writers, playwrights, painters, musicians, sculptures, dancers and a host of other artists; ever desiring 'to weave another sky'. Many novelists, musicians, painters, dancers may realistically expect garlands and the dollars heavy to rain down upon them. This may even be a motive for their career choice? But for the poet, all given, will be a labour of love, given freely.

    So what may the poet achieve? What may the poet give? As Pranab has correctly written, the poet may with words freely given as a legacy

    with every success
    our words put every brush
    to ornament that sky
    where you can fly
    freely

    So many poets can collectively say

    we always busy
    to spread your lampshade
    into infinity...
    (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 16, 2012


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