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Bird Song
by Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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bird song --
from the bank of dawn
an echo
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February 04, 2016
More By: Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Equally sonorous is your response, Ram ji. The flute changes every word of ours into music. The little bird too does the same. Thank you.

Kumarendra Mallick
02/08/2016 08:33 AM

Comment small is beautiful
kumarendra's little poems are always mellifluous, enchanting
and thought-provoking.
vvb


ramji
02/06/2016 21:16 PM

Comment Thank you, Bijay Kant ji for your in-depth interesting analysis drawing parallels to two great poets. True, morning is ever beautiful, and equally enchanting is the bird's chirrup. Yes, we need to open our mind, our eyes and ears to receive these gifts and blessings.

kumarendramallick
02/06/2016 06:24 AM

Comment Is it Kumarendra Mallick's Lines Written In Early Spring making us remember of William Wordsworth and his famous line, What man has made of man? The bird song, the dawn and the echo have almost identical with one another taking us to the Big Bang theory and so on. How did the sound break forth? Was it the Om, AUM? Maybe it Jayanta Mahapatra's Dawn at Puri where the frail light dazzles and shines over the temple complex and the sea beach with the widows waiting for their turn to come to, lepers as faceless masses scrambling for and the funeral pyre burning somewhere in the distance.The birds hopping, dancing and playing, chirping and twittering have always enchanted us, but how much devoid of these have we become?

Bijay Kant Dubey
02/05/2016 12:17 PM




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