M.D DINESH NAIR

(9 -21 / Thrissur (Kerala) / Vijayawada (A.P) , India)

The Lady Lost And To Be Found - Poem by M.D DINESH NAIR

He once said,
'Sell your tears somewhere else
And tell your tales to someone else
The pain is interwoven though'.

He further said,
'The flood of your sobs and the sweat of your sighs
Can never reach the feet of men on this mount of rock
The debts are still unpaid though'.

Let us hope,
'A glimmer of hope hovers over the lady lost,
May be, there will descend one day
A world of equations somehow'.


Comments about The Lady Lost And To Be Found by M.D DINESH NAIR

  • Yash Shinde (3/15/2014 1:53:00 PM)


    ....reading between the lines I can feel the deepness of the poem, great mystery and meaning it holds...
    .........and most importantly
    thanks for your token of appreciation sir, ..............your comments and advice will remain valuable to me always.......
    I cordially invite you to read my new poem-The Rosy lay and comment too...thanks
    -regards
    -Yash Shinde
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  • Jessel Jane Tevar Toring (9/23/2012 5:59:00 AM)


    May be, there will descend one day
    A world of equations somehow'. - striking lines you have here.. very meaningful.. and creatively written.. thank you for this one.
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  • Udaya R. Tennakoon (9/16/2012 6:15:00 PM)


    powefful work, i think this is such a topic of universal. thanks (Report) Reply

  • Marie-chantal Tuyisabe (9/4/2012 3:39:00 PM)


    Very well. Very good diction (Report) Reply

  • Deepak Manchanda (9/1/2012 12:27:00 PM)


    Strong idea...strong poem. Lets look forward to a world of equations one day. (Report) Reply

  • Neela Nath Das (9/1/2012 11:04:00 AM)


    A wonderful poem with profound thought. Great in a word! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 1, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, September 3, 2012


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