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Ruma Chaudhuri Poems
If I could be the Sunrise I could smile, when you rise. If I could be the rainbow, With my all colours I could say you 'Hello! '
I was walking alone and the day was rainy. In my imagination You were with me.
When I was alone In the misty light I walked for long In the moonlit night
I have a little friend Who is lovable and with proper sense.
I and myself
I and myself Myself and me As if the reflection As what he wants to see.
Dear father, How is my mother, how are you? Your letter came like a sweet rain
I missed you
I walked miles after miles To get you. I talked to each and every people To search you.
Looking at the beautiful sunrise Or The flying blue birds in the reddish sky At sunset
Love is a feeling between You and me. That never end At the ages of eternity.
You, I and HE
Hi, I searched you...
She will whisper
Oh cloud, How long would you carry messages, for those unloved pair? Your fiancé is waiting for your love And she is too angry like fire.
When HE dances in an extreme rhythm Life and death are two beats of his Hymn. He pronounced that rumbling OM Life and death assimilated in that salvation.
My Only Friend
I may be lost in the Deadly Desert Unless, you hold my hand from the core of your heart.
I Don't Belong To Any Nation
My country, my nation? It’s a dream..an illusion..
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If I could be the Sunrise
I could smile, when you rise.
If I could be the rainbow,
With my all colours I could say you 'Hello! '
If I could be the waves of the ocean,
I could feel you and your deep emotion.
But I am not the sunrise, not the rainbow
Not the waves of the blue ocean,
It is I, who understands your tears and joy
I am your that innocent friend.