Sonnet Of Poems-08: The Seduced Moon Poem by Subhas Chandra Chakra

Subhas Chandra Chakra

Sainkul, Anandapur, Odisha, India

Sonnet Of Poems-08: The Seduced Moon

Rating: 5.0


Poems,

like dishonest servants

and professional prostitutes,

Need to change often, remain fresh always

And change their stale countenance,

the last night's deo of seductive looks.



Poems are the silhouette of raining lust

that turns the pages of history ahead,

Till the dog-eared page comes,

Where moons have never slept-

With lilies of their dreams,

But have walked on the dry eyes,

Lonely with the melting flesh

In a world of silent blankness.

Sonnet Of Poems-08: The Seduced Moon
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: change,creativity,poems,poetic expression,void
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
We change our dishonest servants immediately. The professional whores do not prefer to stick to a relation.
Sometimes change is an urgency and sometimes it is being professional.
But some poets are found to get clad one colour of thought, one deo of style painted on their creations.
But readers need a change, for a freshness.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sabita Sahoo 26 November 2017

Need to change often, remain fresh always A nicely penned poem.10++++ for the sharing

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Sanjukta Sahoo 26 October 2017

But have walked on the dry eyes, Lonely with the melting flesh In a world of silent blankness. Nicely penned. 10+++

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 27 October 2017

Thanks Sanjukta dear for the great remarks.

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Seema Sharma Rimi 26 October 2017

Where moons have never slept- With lilies of their dreams, But have walked on the dry eyes, Beautiful imageries. 10++++

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 27 October 2017

Thanks Seema dear for the great remarks.

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Anita Aparajita Das 26 October 2017

Poems, like dishonest servants and professional prostitutes, Need to change often, remain fresh always A nicely penned poem.10++++ for the sharing.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 26 October 2017

Thanks Neetu dear for so nice comments.

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Susan Williams 24 October 2017

Very well written. And so true. I am never quite sure what I think about using a technique, a form, a way of wording so much that the author can be recognized even without his name attached to the work. Sometimes I think that is good- -other times I get a bit restless when reading a series or a book of one author's work because there is little variety and as you say clad only in one color of thought.. We need to keep our wings searching out a higher elevation of sky- but I think too that it is comfortable for both reader and author to have some solid earth beneath our feet as well! Well thought out piece here.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 26 October 2017

Thanks revered poetess for the great inspiration with a personal touch and for so nice comments.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra

Sainkul, Anandapur, Odisha, India
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