S.A.M Momin


The Fallen Leaf - Poem by S.A.M Momin

Wandering among the lush trees,
I behold some fallen leaves,
I bend down to pick one,
With hues of red n golden.

Though covered in dust, it still did gleam;
How enlightened its soul did seem,
What was its life like, wondered I;
And to me it did reply.

'Only summers and spring were not my life,
Both winds and rain I faced alike.
I honoured both glory and pain,
Today so proud and peaceful I remain'.

A fallen leaf has taught me all,
Man compared to nature is indeed small.
The secret of pain and glory I shall always retain,
Cause proud and peaceful on my death, I wish to remain.
(Copyrights©2010)


Comments about The Fallen Leaf by S.A.M Momin

  • (11/24/2010 11:07:00 AM)


    beautifully expressed! nature nicely linked with mankind. references of death are interesting :) (Report) Reply

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  • (9/6/2010 4:03:00 PM)


    tis' quite the knowledgeable read i was quite intrigued by this poem
    10+++
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  • (9/4/2010 5:40:00 PM)


    i absolutely love it! ! ! ! it was interesting. very good job (Report) Reply

  • (9/4/2010 3:43:00 PM)


    thx for sharing such a beautiful poem.i loved it. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, March 12, 2012


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