Orient Occident Poems: 96 / 500

**where Were She?

Rating: 3.2

Fragile thy heart shiver thou soul
O! Orient rays tell me
the lean waist, broken lips
and the wound in fathom heart
where her breath in the dingy room
suffer in alien nature.............

Pain in her deep rooted heart
spell but nothing in smile
her scanty eyes and dried bossom
O! Orient rays tell me
Where were She?
The loveliest angel where were She?

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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kranthi Pothineni 03 November 2009

Aww...beautiful feel is there in this write. Title is apt. Heart felt composition.

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Antonio Liao 03 November 2009

Oh! my breathless aroma breaks my lips of zooming emotion of love.... you got my life and exploded in the air, like a balloon of hyacinth smoke of awe...... thank you my dear friend.......what brought you in my mind, to dream that you are there....my salute of lines you utter wonder my hope to life seeing you someday.... may God bless you...a star and a 10 +++

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Ejaz Khan 03 November 2009

Beautiful lines here, a stunning start and nice ending! 10

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Ramesh T A 03 November 2009

Otherwise she is a metaphor of winter gloom! Heart moving piece!

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Catrina Heart 03 November 2009

lovely emotive piece...........heartfelt voices painted here!

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lovely Lago..loved the heartfelt ending of this poem, ..sorry was facing trouble s in commenting since monthes

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 07 November 2009

Pain in her deep rooted heart spell but nothing in smile her scanty eyes and dried bossom O! Orient rays tell me Where were She? ............stillsmiled inpain...lovely craftd words inthe poem.....beautiful words....10 read mine..................still breathing.....pain................i miss..miss i miss you

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Eyan Desir 07 November 2009

Maybe she is on poemhunter.. hahaha Well written

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Emma Adamyan 03 November 2009

it was a touch of a tender heart.10

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Kesav Easwaran 03 November 2009

'Pain in her deep rooted heart spell but nothing'... that makes the soul of the poem...very meaningful...thanks

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