Vanita Thakkar

Rookie - 17 Points (21st March)

Vanita Thakkar Poems

41. Man Instinct 6/20/2009
42. * Why Not Try? ! ! 9/13/2009
43. Motherhood 7/12/2009
44. My Life 11/28/2009
45. * Spare Me For Good 7/22/2009
46. * Tears And Sighs 9/1/2009

Comments about Vanita Thakkar

  • Vanita Thakkar (8/9/2009 7:01:00 AM)

    Message from Maitreyee Joshi (Poona India; Female; 36)

    i simply loved your poems.i read a few of them today.they are wonderful.
    maitreyee

    7/30/2009 8: 54: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00)

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  • Vanita Thakkar (8/9/2009 6:59:00 AM)

    Message from Arkay Dass (India ;) :
    your first poem LOVE

    a beautufully composed poem
    on teh emotion of love,

    lovely and original imageries
    live and bright
    help create teh atmosphere of
    of teh poem,
    love so nicely defined, ,
    love is much more than this, , and that is why so much is written on this emotion and so much will be written
    your poems stand out in poem hunter,
    wishes
    rk

    6/11/2009 2: 35: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00)

  • Vanita Thakkar (8/9/2009 6:12:00 AM)

    i read first poems of yours,
    they are simply supurb..

    they are so natural
    and have atremendous intensity
    and written with a wonderful poetic language.

    will read rest and comment.
    wishes
    arkay

    6/11/2009 2: 19: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00)

Best Poem of Vanita Thakkar

* Tears And Sighs

Tear-waves of
Passion and Elation,
Pain and Plight,
Sympathy and Empathy ….
Of feelings –
Known and unknown,
Surging from the bottomless lake
Of emotions within
Do not always
Reach the shores of eyes.
Sensitivity rocks them,
Sensibility stops them
And they remain
Crushing and crashing,
Soaking and choking,
Spreading and expanding,
Evaporating and fuming
Within,
Burning the being
As silent sighs –
Vapourized tears,
Till they escape out
To dissolve and dissipate
Into the Endless,
If not pacified and calmed ...

Read the full of * Tears And Sighs

Night

She journeys towards the Western Horizon,
In her majestic way, smooth and serene,
Dressed in her star-studded robe,
Spreading the fragrance of night-queen.

Oh! Let all the noise in the ocean of silence drown
So that we hear what she softly sings:
“From my far-off horizonal abode I come
To sing the glory of life, dear Earthlings!

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