Sonnet Of Poems-06: The Voice Of A Poem Poem by Subhas Chandra Chakra

Subhas Chandra Chakra

Sainkul, Anandapur, Odisha, India

Sonnet Of Poems-06: The Voice Of A Poem

Rating: 5.0


A voice was heard

Soft, violin like, as if

A call of the wild

From strange worlds apart

Or a nick name

In my Paro's girlish lips

Calling me to come back

To our spider net home-

On the backyard of lost spring

Moist with frozen wishes.

As we met by fate

But were thrown by life

Off the boat supposed to

Ferry us together

To the end of the times.

Sonnet Of Poems-06: The Voice Of A Poem
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: desire,eternity,loneliness,longing,love and friendship,poems,poetic expression,timeless,voice
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Paro (Parvati) is a character in the Novel Devdas by Sarat Chandra and filmed by Sanjay Lila Bhansali, a nostalgic love story.
Dev and Paro are childhood friends intended to be soul mates, but separated by life.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
D Priyanka Singh 17 October 2017

Or a nick name In my Paro's girlish lips Calling me to come back To our spider net home- On the backyard of lost spring Moist with frozen wishes. A very sweet nostalgic poem and the song of a poem so nicely penned. 10++++ for it.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 18 October 2017

Thanks Priyanka for these nice words.

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Sabita Sahoo 26 November 2017

On the backyard of lost spring Moist with frozen wishes. Beautiful poem with shadows of lost love crafted beautifully. 10++ for this sharing

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Seema Sharma Rimi 18 October 2017

lovely note of nostalgic love well coded... Or a nick name In my Paro's girlish lips Calling me to come back To our spider net home- 10+++ for sharing.

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Frank Sheehan 17 October 2017

Wonderful write. It rings of truth. Enjoyed it immensely.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 18 October 2017

Thank you Sir for your great inspiration through this lovely remark.

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Anita Aparajita Das 17 October 2017

As we met by fate But were thrown by life Off the boat supposed to Ferry us together To the end of the times. This poem get me remember my poem, the bird without nest. A touch of sad love so delicately rendered. 10+++

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 18 October 2017

Thank you Neetu dear for these nice words.

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Rini Shibu 17 October 2017

Call been heard after separation.. Beautiful

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 18 October 2017

Thank you Rini for spending a few moments on my poem and inspiring.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra

Sainkul, Anandapur, Odisha, India
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