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The Maple Tree
by Rajender Krishan
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  The maple tree
in our backyard
       my associate for several years
       witness to my feelings
today suddenly appeared
stern and somberly stiff

Does the autumn
        triggering the leaves
        to change
        their hue and color
        and fall one by one
        to eventually
        desert the tree
        lone and forlorn
resemble
the echo of hullabaloo
sparked by the storm
of erratic thoughts
vacillating
in my mind?
  
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October 19, 2012
More By: Rajender Krishan
Views: 1061      Comments: 10

Comments on this Poem

Comment Maple tree finally becomes wood, gets buried down in to
ground to be coal...it is coal that what Narendra Modi has
to think about which buried down in Mehsana district of
Gujarat. To reap the harvest he should have geologists, mining
engineers and to have them he should and must have
NATIONAL SCHOOL OF MINERAL RESOURCES in Gujarat
start thinking, planning and executing. Mineral Resources are
more or less neglected in Gujarat, Why Mineral Resources
in the Center did not do any thing when vast deposits of coal
are known to be there deep in earth of western India?

On fast track, he should think of bringing Arabean sea to
Ahmedabad, the center of Gujarat to serve India.

pranlal sheth
12/21/2012 23:31 PM

Comment after a boom downfall may be theory of economics but it shows feeling of nature n whole universe. then we must come on ultimate aim-BRAHMA SATYAM JAGANNAMITHYA..

aravind aasiyaa
10/27/2012 01:30 AM

Comment Changing mood of seasons..falling petal by petal.. and so the feelings of poet..prevailing words to give poem a move!

farhat farooqui
10/22/2012 05:03 AM

Comment
No. Nature is impartial witness to your acts including what all are the going on inside you-

Aju Mukhopadhyay
10/20/2012 11:06 AM

Comment Well crafted poem with apt images.Regards.

Sony Dalia
10/20/2012 10:11 AM

Comment Kudos, kudos and kudos.

V.K. Joshi
10/20/2012 09:49 AM

Comment Seasonal moods!

Pavalamani Pragasam
10/20/2012 09:48 AM

Comment Soothing in its innate beauty---like the Maple tree! Nice externalization of thoughts through the cascading imagery.

sunilsharma
10/20/2012 09:46 AM

Comment The autumnal feelings of your mind suddenly bloomed in the flowers drooping and falling on the grass....nature echoes the human mind never better....as in this poem

Dr.Ratan Bhattacharjee
10/20/2012 09:34 AM

Comment A perfect picture of autumn and the feelings associated, and the assoicated lines, 'feelings.triggering the leaves' and 'sparked by the storm' highlight the same in your fluid compositon. Kudos, Sir.

versetile
10/19/2012 15:17 PM




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