Satish Verma

Gold Star - 27,448 Points (5-6-1935)

Marking The Graves - Poem by Satish Verma

Remaining hawk

in voyage of tears, birthing

a poem.



If art of communicating was

via testosterone, why

did you land on water?



Mongrels were increasing,

dirtying the road.



Greif multiplies. Hate was ingrained

in faith. The arithmetic goes wrong.



Landscape stays. Moon moves on.



Why red roses were

dying in your land? Tell me

angel, tell me.



The rage insults me. Who

was perfect in the crowd?

Do I ask the god?

Topic(s) of this poem: poem


Comments about Marking The Graves by Satish Verma

  • Anil Kumar Panda (2/24/2017 11:09:00 AM)


    Yeah, very difficult question to give answer. But somehow the life has to go on. The wheel of time must roll to take us to our destination. Very nice. (Report) Reply

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  • Tom Allport (2/24/2017 3:20:00 AM)


    a poem of many questions? maybe we will know the answers one day! (Report) Reply

  • Robert Murray Smith (2/24/2017 2:30:00 AM)


    Each stanza is a poem. All graves. Metaphors come, and go. Too abstruse. (Report) Reply

  • Christina Simmons (2/24/2017 1:40:00 AM)


    I had to read this poem several times but then it dawn on me such words really don't always make sense to the reader only for the writer....? ? ? Congratulations! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Sylva-onyema Uba (2/24/2017 12:46:00 AM)


    The rage insults me. Who
    Was perfect in the crowd
    Do I ask the god?

    A good stylistic embellishment
    Buried in the use of fine rhetoric questions.
    Well done!

    Sylva
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  • Edward Kofi Louis (2/24/2017 12:41:00 AM)


    In faith! Thanks for sharing this poem with us. (Report) Reply

  • Bernard F. Asuncion (2/24/2017 12:38:00 AM)


    Perfect in the crowd... congrats on being selected... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2016

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 25, 2017


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