Vinod Sharma


Vinod Sharma Poems

1. Moonlight On Wet Leaves 4/25/2012
2. Heaps Of Ash 4/25/2012
3. Souls And Holes 4/26/2012
4. Echoes In Memory 4/28/2012
5. Lunch 4/29/2012
6. Get And Give 4/30/2012
7. Knowledge 5/1/2012
8. Looking And Being 5/2/2012
9. Booms Of Silence 5/6/2012
10. The Blond 5/12/2012
11. Wake Up, Sovereign 5/15/2012
12. Stllborn Love 5/18/2012
13. The Fool 5/23/2012
14. Big Man, Small Man 5/24/2012
15. Sonia, Sibal And The Net 5/24/2012
16. Toothless Diplomacy 5/26/2012
17. Come Back, Can You Dare? 5/27/2012
18. Loot-O-Cracy 5/29/2012
19. Words Unspoken 5/31/2012
20. Politicians And Parliament 6/2/2012
21. Sin Is In 6/8/2012
22. Abhishek Quake 6/8/2012
23. Give Me All 6/12/2012
24. Come To Me 6/15/2012
25. A Wound Too Deep 6/15/2012
26. Let Me In 6/23/2012
27. Light My Lamp 6/23/2012
28. Tomorrow 7/4/2012
29. Bliss 7/9/2012
30. My Room 7/9/2012
31. Manmohan, The Lucky Wingless Duck 7/12/2012
32. Bureaucracy 7/30/2012
33. India And The Serpent 7/30/2012
34. Holi 8/1/2012
35. Let It Sail 8/1/2012
36. Anna And Netas (Political Leaders) 8/2/2012
37. Going Over 8/3/2012
38. Anna And Team Anna 8/3/2012
39. No War Memorial. Still. 'Ye Dil Mange More' - 1 8/6/2012
40. Dark Morning 8/11/2012
Best Poem of Vinod Sharma

Woman

I sit wondering in the sun,
Who forged this puzzling one
With infinite poise charm and grace
And many strange and wondrous ways.

Woman called is she...

Pleasure she brings in her fold,
Joy that lasts but not long,
And gives way to pain and song
To sing to who is now a stone,
Unmoved, untouched, silent and cold.

Woman called is she...

Dazzling eyes and tender skin,
Hide the cruel brain within,
Always at work, silently, unseen,
Without remorse to wreck and kill,
Many a man of strength and will.

Woman called is ...

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Moonlight On Wet Leaves

Moonlight on wet leaves
Makes them quiver in the still night,
Its mark of passionate love it leaves
And takes a hurried flight.

Still and forlorn they wilt
Dry and lifeless in painful separation,
Memories of love enjoyed to the hilt
Awaiting next celebration.

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