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Quiet
by Rupradha Mookerjee
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Robin is out of town,
So nightingale is down,
No one to listen to her songs,
So she's quiet among the throngs!
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July 20, 2013
More By: Rupradha Mookerjee
Views: 737      Comments: 13

Comments on this Poem

Comment lol, thanx a lot Madhavi ji

Rupradha
11/18/2013 14:51 PM

Comment The robin has to return and there will be a duet "among the throngs"!

Madhavi
07/26/2013 08:36 AM

Comment Thank you so much Padmaja ji for your constant appreciations..

Rupradha
07/22/2013 14:36 PM

Comment Nice one Rupradha! 'Viraha Rasa' brought out well!

Padmaja Iyengar
07/22/2013 08:50 AM

Comment thanks a bunch Kumar ji!

rupradhamookerjee
07/21/2013 02:59 AM

Comment Dear, Rupa nightingale, we shall hear you happily. Simple, yet a good composition!

Kumarendra Mallick
07/21/2013 00:20 AM

Comment thank you so much Kulbir ji & Nathmal ji.. :-)

rupradhamookerjee
07/20/2013 14:49 PM

Comment "Gana sunane men bhi kadardan hona chahiye,nahi to bhir mein chup rahana hi aachha hei".Thanks a lot for creating nice lines.

Nathmal Sharma
07/20/2013 11:50 AM

Comment The nightingale is enthralling!

Kulbir
07/20/2013 11:10 AM

Comment Jaipal ji, this story of friendship between robin and nightingale is different, it's not the earlier one.. ;-) thanks!

rupradhamookerjee
07/20/2013 10:10 AM

Comment oh, thank you thank you Seshu ji..

rupradhamookerjee
07/20/2013 10:08 AM

Comment Rupradhaji, I'm told Robin and Nightingale earlier lived happily in a small garden. Now that they have decided to be more urban, vagaries of life have also increased.

jaipalsingh
07/20/2013 09:32 AM

Comment Oh. Quite good. Itself a song.

Seshu Chamarty
07/20/2013 09:32 AM




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