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Monsoon
by Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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  clouds sail east --
she lets loose her curls
in monsoon sky
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June 01, 2013
More By: Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
Views: 685      Comments: 8

Comments on this Poem

Comment Thank you, Nathmal ji for your detailed explanation and appreciation. I deeply appreciate your feedback.

kumarendramallick
06/08/2013 12:51 PM

Comment There is great relationship between "Badalon ki ghta" and "Balon ki ghata".
One is in the sky and second is on the earth ,either in the house or near the
house.Writers and poets discover romanticism from the both objects.Riti-
kalin like Bihari created poetry to please his Shelterer kings.Contemporary poets also composed verse on beauty of "Naika" as well as nature.You have
remembered me "ritikalin" poetry.Thank you Mr.Mallick.You revised that
scene in very short of lines.Thanks again.It is month of June.Monsoon will
come very soon in Rajasthan."Baharen idhar bhi aayegi".A lot of thanks.

Nathmal Sharma
06/07/2013 21:50 PM

Comment Padmaja, imagination and romanticism are like fixed deposits for each writer and poet. You are no exception. Thank you for your candid words.

kumarendramallick
06/04/2013 22:55 PM

Comment Very imaginative! And romantic

Padmaja Iyengar
06/04/2013 18:05 PM

Comment Thank you, Rupa. You people are great to pull my imaginations. I feel so happy to have your good thoughts and loving feelings all along.

kumarendramallick
06/02/2013 21:53 PM

Comment so good..your imagination is limitless..

Rupradha
06/02/2013 12:48 PM

Comment Thank you, Kingshuk for your candid appreciation. I feel great.

kumarendramallick
06/01/2013 23:31 PM

Comment Wow.........beautiful,

Kingshuk
06/01/2013 13:28 PM




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