Sonnet I-Searching Eyes Poem by Yash Shinde

Sonnet I-Searching Eyes

Rating: 4.6

Eyes waiting for her swain's arrival
Peeps through moon lit paths
in the midst of solitude
eyes seek his glance......

years passed since she laid eyes
for her whole her life though she thrived.
Her body laid still, still laid the heart
her soul yet not revived!

But her lover never came
to bring her life
shutting her eyes
still she lied…..

Copyright © Yash Shinde 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Topic(s) of this poem: love hurts
Karen Sinclair 13 October 2012

Interesting piece and i am amazed at how few years you have been on this earth to write with such good wording and meaning...the third stanza to me struggled a bit but other than that a good read.... tyvm

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Dave Walker 13 October 2012

A great poem, like it.

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Indranil Bhaduri 13 October 2012 the verses... go for more.. and try different subjects as well..Good job!

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Neela Nath Das 12 October 2012

Very nice and the style of writing is fabulous. Loved your poem. write more plz.

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Akanksha Bhatt 13 October 2012

awesome poem and awesome poet too! i loved it!

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Khairul Ahsan 03 September 2018

'in the midst of solitude eyes seek his glance....' - beautiful lines. A lover's see nothing but beauty.

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Ruby Mostazir 07 July 2014

heart touching poem...really a lovely write

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Geetha Jayakumar 28 June 2014

Fabulous poem from your pen. Eyes keeps on searching till they are not standstill. Loved it. I am surprised to see the date as Oct...2012...

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Neela Nath Das 14 June 2014

In Vaisnav Padabali there's those lines- - - - - - - - Crow, eat my body, but don't eat my eyes.Because, thru them I''ll see Sree Krishna! Recently, a Bollywood Hindi song was written on the same thing.Actually, this an age-old lyric from a Maithil poet.Yash, has penned the theme wonderfully.

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Akhtar Jawad 01 June 2014

Kaga sab tan khaio are famous lines from classical Hindi literature. It's not my lines. Many poets have used these lines. I haven't used it in any poem but my comments on your poem.

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