Shila Sinha


Memory


Man passes away

But memory remains

Specially the glorious ones


Sinking heart gets the solace

Relating it to sweet reminiscences

Holding you from birth to death

Leaving beside such unforgettable moments

That enlivens your heart

Stimulates your energy

The vigor will ensure your existence of life

Life is not the cessation

But it is the progress ion

So let it come

As it is.


The phases we pass through

The stages we struggle

Never fades away

Rather it unveils the story

That is full of glory.

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013
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Man is mortal. But memory remains, specially the glorious ones.

Comments about this poem (Memory by Shila Sinha )

  • Rookie - 355 Points Sina Farajzadeh (8/12/2013 2:04:00 AM)

    Hi. I read your poem. You jknow, Oscar Wilde in his (The Balld of a Reading Gaol) says:
    The Governor was strong upon
    The Regulations Act:
    The Doctor said that Death was but
    A scientific fact:
    And twice a day the Chaplain called
    And left a little tract.

    Anyway. Your poem is nice too. I'd be glad to know your idea about my poem (Dears Die) . Thanks (Report) Reply

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