Biography of Sumeet Mahanti
Member of International Association of Poets' Forum, Awarded for best poem in various journal and online sites. Poems published in various Anthologies of poems in various sites and journals. Short-stories published in journals.
Writer is a MBA working in a MNC. Married and have a son.
Flair for writing inspirational, motivational poems.
Subject - love, philosophies of life, nature, beauty.
Passion for wildlife and it's photography.
Sumeet Mahanti's Works:
'Poetic Expressions' published by Faith Writers
Sumeet Mahanti Poems
Listen - In The Silence Of Love
Straining my ears to listen for the love in the air – unfelt, invisible, at times – timid, shy and sans expression felt everywhere – though intangible
As I set back home for my motherland- that nurtured my childhood, memories flooding into my mind
Cupid’s arrow rests at unease lodged in the heart of the deceased lover, A pain so indifferent to the life at hand the lover turning blind to the times forthcoming
As I sit by the sea Watching the ebbs of tide; Dance to the tunes of nature My mind overcome by bliss
Bedecked with the golden moments of time Mother Earth carrying the burden of numerous lives, ornately decorated with rivers, mountains, seas and land -beauty of a creation so magnanimously it imbibes
Her poise so graceful -a flower untouched; Like a lotus in muddy water Her presence felt so distinct
Seeking eternal happiness I lie down on the sands by the seashore, my eyes closed and mind racing the search begins for the transcendental door
Look into the inner realms of the soul and you find the Almighty present right there, looking upon you to come to him for all answers with open arms and a heart flowing with unlimited forgiveness
Her soothing hands caressing my forehead a torrent of feeling rushing through my mind, as my first sight out of slumber rests on the dainty figurine – caging a heart so kind
Her poise so graceful
-a flower untouched;
Like a lotus in muddy water
Her presence felt so distinct
Her glances so bewitching
To melt the hardest of hearts;
Yet like the Goddess of Love
No human could ever touch