The Summit Dwellers Poem by Sumit Ganguly

The Summit Dwellers

Rating: 5.0


Some summit dwellers have,
Atop their holdings,
Flags with the symbols of crown, or
Hunter's eye, or
The single-horn rhino of Kaziranga.
The flags have no connection with any sewage
Or its breathing inhabitants
That run down-below.
The flags flutter,
And the owners float in the gust of wind.

Sunday, October 4, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: human nature
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Richard Wlodarski 07 November 2016

And the owners float in the gust of wind - beautiful imagery. Sumit, many of us share the same feelings. And it is through our chosen words in our gift of poetry that we're able to share with so many. Thank you for sharing from your heart.

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Edward Kofi Louis 03 May 2016

That run down-below! ! Nice work.

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Paul Butters 19 March 2016

Gave this 10\10. Hope it shows up some time on the scoreboard...........

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Paul Butters 18 March 2016

This reflects the unfairness of life, I feel.

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Sumit Ganguly 19 March 2016

Thank you for having same feeling.

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Shakil Ahmed 04 October 2015

sumit a fantastic poem thanks for sharing

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