Sk. Nurul Huda

Gold Star - 12,024 Points (Debipur, Memari, Burdwan, West Bengal, India)

You And I Or A Non-Rhymed Sonnet To Us - Poem by Sk. Nurul Huda

while you are walking I am walking and working,
Where you are at that wood I am in the world;
Well, you are to embrace me but I am to hug them;
You are at the morning I am at deep evening,
Yes, again you are in time I am in late daring fame;
You believe in strong lines I am in shadow lines,
You are creating I am, in chaos, shattering and mending;
Yours is in Whatsap mine world is in What’s Not?
Here you are partly with Brecht I am badly with Tagore,
If you are broadly in the sea know I am in water;
You, to use the T.L.M but for the biased ones I’m to misuse,
You are conspiring yet I am planning and planting;
You are compatible with smiling me with smiling and crying;
To end you are in drowsy calmness I’m in beating tension.

Topic(s) of this poem: conflict, contrast, relationship

Form: Sonnet


Comments about You And I Or A Non-Rhymed Sonnet To Us by Sk. Nurul Huda

  • Daniel Omaya (11/30/2015 6:45:00 AM)


    I love this sonnet - You are conspiring yet I am planning and planting (Report) Reply

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  • Bri Edwards (11/22/2015 2:36:00 PM)


    “while you are walking I am walking and working, ’ did you mean “while” or “While”?

    “You believe in strong lines I am in shadow lines, ” ……. “shadow” or “shallow”? either way, it is mysterious to me, i.e. I don’t understand your writing (some of it anyway) . : (

    “You are conspiring yet I am planning and planting; ” …………. to my mind, “conspiring” and “planning and planting” are alike.

    “You are compatible with smiling me with smiling and crying; ” ………IF you mean “me” can live comfortably with both smiling AND crying, while “You” is compatible with smiling only, then I’d say this is more evidence that “You” and “me” are not going to be very compatible with one another! ****

    [**** Yes, this says it “all”: “Topic(s) of this poem: conflict, contrast, relationship”]

    I THINK the author made his main point, but I did not understand a fair amount of the poem, especially in the first half.

    thanks for sharing.
    bri :)
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 19, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 19, 2015


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