Savita Tyagi


Savita Tyagi Poems

361. Happy Mother's Day 5/14/2017
362. Lives Lost And No Answers 3/26/2015
363. Stress 10/14/2014
364. Random Thought Vlll 10/14/2014
365. Free Verse Poetry 1/25/2016
366. Commitment 5/1/2014
367. A Trip To India 3/4/2017
368. Loving 3/17/2015
369. Experiment And Experience 1/31/2015
370. Newbie 7/22/2014
371. The Tulips 7/18/2016
372. Autumn 9/29/2014
373. Another Day 1/19/2014
374. In Search Of...... 2/17/2015
375. Icicles 12/22/2013
376. Attitude 3/16/2014
377. Time To Look In The Mirror 12/10/2014
378. Before You Bid Adieu 3/30/2013
379. Once Upon A Time 9/19/2014
380. Love's Journey 7/31/2014
381. Random Thought Xvl 3/1/2015
382. A Tribute To Selma 3/7/2015
383. We Are Being Watched 2/20/2013
384. Disconnect & Connect 1/24/2015
385. Powers Lie In Us 8/11/2014
386. A Larger Identity 8/11/2014
387. Moon's Child 9/29/2014
388. In A World Of Poetry 9/17/2014
389. A Day Of Thanksgiving 11/27/2013
390. A Piano 7/16/2012
391. A Poet's Heart 1/11/2014
Best Poem of Savita Tyagi

A Poet's Heart

He had a poet’s heart
When he melted with pain at the sight of a wounded bird
Like an ice cube melting in summer’s heat
The helpless eyes of grieving bird’s mate
Turned his heart’s cries into verses of poetry
This famous story is an inspiration
For poets around the world

On rainy days a poet’s imagination streams and floats
Like a little paper boat in gushing rainwater
It giggles and laughs with little children
Playing in rainwater
It captures the adventures of a raindrop
Falling in puddles of city streets
Floating through winding alleys
And ...

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Winter

At the onslaught of winter stripped of their possessions trees stand in silent prayer.
Grey clouds hang low just above the black trees as if to kiss them goodbye
The milky white glow of moon creates a longing
Is it possible to reach out to unknown?
I get not answer in that cold and still night.
Flowers huddled together still spread their fragrance
Soon the merciless frost of winter will kill the bloom.
Gofers in my backyard have created mounds of dirt to settle deep in warm earth.
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