Sanjukta Nag

Gold Star - 21,168 Points (05-07-1992 / India)

Thinking Of Thoughts - Poem by Sanjukta Nag

Under the hands of ancient sun
We wash our thoughts
And leave them amidst the blades of grass,
To be soaked again
By the watery faces of clouds.
A game of recycling is played everyday
On the transparency of life.
Rain makes some words fertile
Some are still barren,
Waiting with a curious mind, full of yearning
To be chosen
For painting red a poem of love.

Topic(s) of this poem: creation, imagination, poem, symbolic, thought

Form: Free Verse


Comments about Thinking Of Thoughts by Sanjukta Nag

  • Edward Kofi Louis (1/10/2016 7:17:00 AM)


    A poem of love with the peace of the mind. Nice work. (Report) Reply

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  • Tirupathi Chandrupatla (11/27/2015 6:22:00 AM)


    Thoughts recycle adding something new every time. Some thoughts may solidify at some point and result in a beautiful poem. (Report) Reply

  • (11/14/2015 3:50:00 AM)


    after reading my imagination ran wild
    thanks-10
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  • Souren Mondal (11/14/2015 3:44:00 AM)


    In just three sentences you PAINT a fine 'portrait' of how the psyche of human beings work while producing and reproducing as well as 'recycling' a thought or a series of thoughts..

    You could have easily added Imagism and Mystycism as a topic for this poem Sanjukta.. A brilliant read.

    Thanks for sharing. A perfect 10 :)
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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (11/14/2015 12:41:00 AM)


    For painting and reading a poem of love, ancient sun has kept emotion under hands to wash new thoughts in to interesting imagery. Fantastic poem shared...10 (Report) Reply

  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (11/14/2015 12:40:00 AM)


    Zenith of creativity, unmatched and unparallel................Classic poem yet again...SN Loved it, joy to read again and again. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2015



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