TAPAN Saren

Gold Star - 12,233 Points [Sonu] (April 06,1997 / Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India)

TAPAN Saren Poems

1. Epitaph For The Dead Fighter 7/16/2017
2. At Dawn 10/18/2017
3. Song Of Songs 2: 10-13 5/13/2016
4. Realization 1/3/2017
5. Composed At A Village 2/18/2017
6. The Teacher 7/30/2017
7. I Dreamt Of Trees 1/21/2017
8. Good Morning 7/23/2016
9. Eyes 11/1/2016
10. For Children Ii: A Fine Autumn Morning 7/15/2016
11. To The Parents Who Sought Abortion Because The Mother Bore Girl Child 4/28/2017
12. On Solving Nature's Mystery 4/3/2017
13. For Children Iii: O April Shower 2/28/2016
14. A Late Night Walk 8/20/2016
15. One Sunday Morning 5/5/2017
16. On The Death Of A Young Lady 11/10/2017
17. After The Shower 4/30/2017
18. A Midnight-Rain In Summer 3/19/2016
19. Good Night 4/5/2016
20. To Her Ii 2/22/2017
21. In The Street 12/20/2016
22. Dawn 3/28/2017
23. To Her 9/30/2016
24. For Children: Summer In My Garden 4/2/2016

Comments about TAPAN Saren

  • Wild Flower (4/15/2017 3:53:00 AM)

    Tapan, I read some of your poems, like- - ''Dawn'', ''An Offering To God'', ''To Her'' ''To Her ii'' ''On Solving Nature's Mystery'' and I must tell you something that you are very good at poetry.. And you are a good Christian, too, since I've seen the very Christian ending in some of your poems. Besides, you are a good student. Don't waste time, work hard and achieve your dream.

    May God bless abundantly you dear.

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Best Poem of TAPAN Saren

For Children: Summer In My Garden

I.
Spring has left a mellow yellow flower
In my grassy garden o'er there:
With open eyes I did see
The little flower's incomparable beauty.

It stretched its fragile neck out in the air
And started dancing with the morning zephyr...

II.
The april-sun rose from his bed,
Wearing fiery coat he ascended the blue sky's head:
With open eyes I did see
The little flower's fleeting beauty.

It drooped and said to me, 'Once again,
Naughty summer has come to visit your grassy garden'

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To Her

Till throbs my brittle heart
Will I love you, for I, faint I, am fastened to your pure love;
No cause is too fatal to keep our souls apart
And will love you untill I hear His call from above.

Oh, Distance is so flimsy as well—
Your beauteous mural (on my heart) couldn't erase,
And silence—a long, long day between us it did prevail—
Only dimmed the abiding memories with a bit haze.

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