Seema Chowdhury


With A Courageous Heart - Poem by Seema Chowdhury

Pray to God to keep you away
From all sorts of trouble's bay
And learn to face these difficult tests
With Courageous heart wearing faith's vest

I don't know when and where to stop
And how to explain where to drop
The endless invisible emotion's tears
Without any pain, sigh or fear

I wish life was not too difficult so
I could have kept my promises row
And would have shared my joyful smiles
With love and cheer all for a while

For a huge gap is rolling down
And is forcing me to wear the crown
The crown of haunting darkness and fear
That's forcing me to dropp invisible tear

For everywhere and all around my dreams
I find bitter rain filling the stream
The stream of frustration, anger and pain
And leading life towards loneliness lane

God please help me and keep me away
My lonely soul from trouble's bay
And give me strength to face life's test
With a courageous heart wearing faith's vest.

Topic(s) of this poem: heart


Comments about With A Courageous Heart by Seema Chowdhury

  • (4/19/2008 2:55:00 AM)


    The poetess submits herself to God, she possesses a staunch faith that He is the Being that might fetch her out of the quagmire of endless troubles. She prays to God to grant her a courageous heart: an instrument to intercept the descending calamities. The poetess concentrates on the spot of her heart or chest then desires to wear the vest of faith to make her courageous heart safer. She regards it the most precious treasure.
    Here are a few suggestions; just amend
    “And learn to face these difficult tests”
    as
    And learn to face this difficult test

    ”Without any pain, sigh or fear”
    As
    ”Without pains, sighs and fears” (No doubt abstract nouns do not have the plural form but you are a poetess and have the poetic license, even Shakespeare committed grammatical blunders.”
    ”And would have shared my joyful smiles”
    as
    ”And would have shared my joyful smile”
    ”I find bitter rain filling the stream
    The stream of frustration, anger and pain”
    as
    ”I find bitter rain filling the streams
    The streams of frustration, anger and pain”

    The rest is OK, Take care, I shall comment on your 8 poems one by one, I got them downloaded.
    With Love and Respects
    Muhammad Shanazar
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  • rajagopal haran (4/16/2008 1:22:00 AM)


    where iss the poerty of life without troubles...without turbulence Pandavas would not have achieved that greatness...great poem Seema (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 27, 2014


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