Savita Tyagi Poems
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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
I Know Not
I know not how the Angels sing in heaven,
I only hear the birds singing in the morning.
I know not the perfumes of heaven,
I only breathe in the scent of flowers in spring breeze.
I know not the One who speaks in silence,
I only know the One who speaks in buzz of creation.