Poems About: ELEGY
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349.All Calling Themselves Poets Here, God, Save Me From Indian English Poets And Poetesses! I Mean The Duplicate Writers!
O, gentleman what do you think yourself?
Said he in rsponse to my question,
Hey, you Wordsworth read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
350.THE TALE OF DEPARTURE RETOLD
The sudden departure of the beloved ones
Often casts many a dark cloud on our blue sky of life
It cripples us and tests our mobility across the track full of boulders
And then leaves us stranded with many a pedestrian passing by. read more »M.D Dinesh Nair
351.Let Us Take Jayanta’s The False Start
Jayanta's The False Start appeared from a poet's enterprise
Called Clearing House, Bombay in 1980
And it's a book of poems to be reckoned with,
Starting from the poem, read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
My bones shifted
Where a truant soul
My eyes lisp into read more »Norman Santos
353.Wind of Change
A season comes,
Then it goes away.
Continuing the way. read more »Mohammad alKurdi
354.For Whom The Bell Tolls
I heard a bell bellow
but I didn't find its tower
The echolalia coiled eternally
in distraught from insularity read more »Norman Santos
355.With love, dear sun...
The sun kissed the sea with affection
And the sea turned red with shyness
The naughty birds broke into songs
Seeing the sweet saga read more »Namrata Nath
356.FIZZLED LIFE AT STAKE
Who he is that can save? Come, deliver
Where is my safety? Where am I safe in this life?
Every minute of my life I languish in pain and sickness.
I tremble for the quakes of the vagaries of life read more »LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS
357.The Man Died
He is my man! He is my man;
He died-He died a miseries death.
Hollow it beats my mind
Of this great injustice, minor offence punishable by death? read more »LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS
the robins will sing again
my lovesong long gone wheh you..
disappeared on te hills read more »villiamor calventas
359.Way too soon …
Way too soon YOU needed this lovely rose.
Way too quick went this script of a prose.
So many things were left unspoken.
So much pain and hearts so broken. read more »saadat tahir
360.Mercy killing, a bird born of ethics
My heart goes to souls silent in their strife,
To those in ailing beds, to wounded chins,
Linked to lifeless wires breathing borrowed life—
Trying to be God, mute man-made machines! read more »Aniruddha Pathak