Susanta Pattnayak

Rookie - 62 Points (Bhubaneswar, India)

Susanta Pattnayak Poems

1. Simply Mother 7/1/2012
2. Mountain 7/1/2012
3. Where, The Village An Art Gallery 7/1/2012
4. When, I No Longer.. 7/1/2012
5. I Head For The Stars 7/1/2012
6. Why Seek Solitude..? 7/1/2012
7. When, I Closed My Eyes 7/2/2012
8. Mountain Never Demands Your Vision 7/2/2012
9. My Heart For Every Human 7/2/2012
10. Grass 7/2/2012
11. Spring 7/2/2012
12. Shadow 7/3/2012
13. My First Kiss, Never Too Late! 7/3/2012
14. Good And Evil Together 7/3/2012
15. And Thus Began The (Cosmic) Life 7/4/2012
16. My Universe, So Is Yours 7/4/2012
17. Maiden Separation 7/4/2012
18. Drunken 7/4/2012
19. Shouldn'T I Change..? 7/4/2012
20. On Sixty-Sixth Independence Day 8/15/2012
21. A Longing! 8/18/2012
22. To A Rain Drop 8/21/2012
23. Flowers And The Stars 8/31/2012
24. Comfort Zone 9/9/2012
25. The Inn 9/21/2012
26. Say Without Awe 9/21/2012
27. The Moon 9/28/2012
28. O' Sculptor 6/30/2012
29. Those Four Close Friends 10/26/2012
30. O Internet 9/30/2012
31. Caged Dreams 7/2/2012
32. Forest 7/1/2012
33. A Bright Sunny Day After Days Of Incessant Rain 8/19/2012
34. 'Sea' Verse 7/1/2012

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'Sea' Verse


My wife and I
sneaked through
a winter cold dark night
along the passionate moments
under the warmth of a glossy blanket
to the touch, to the cool breath
of a lonely sea.

The water washed our feet
the sands gave us a ready seat
the breeze played the symphony
the waves danced in harmony
along moved to the tune,
the fishing lights, up and down.

Whispered into our eras
the mystery of
the vikings, the rovers and their plunders
the history of
the trades, traders and their crafty barters
the adventure ...

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O' Sculptor

O' Sculptor
With your hammer and chisel
carve my body granite
chisel my lines and the curves
grace my face and the laces
I'm your indolent damsel
your ethereal creation
of hope and love.

O' sculptor, enliven me
with your tender fondle,
the heavenly beauty
your melody on stone
'll fly singing your tone.

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