Theme: Hair


morning breeze --
her curls caught
in a creeper


More By  : Dr. Kumarendra Mallick

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Comments on this Poem

Comment Hats off to you, Bijay kant babu for giving a fresh coat of romance to the poem. Even Shakuntala was startled when her tress was knotted up in a thorn and she looked back...

You cite great poems by great poets to emphasise the importance of lovely locks, lovely breeze and the thorny fences! There is a thrill in the nature. Thank you.

26-Feb-2016 09:30 AM

Comment The poem reminds me of The Rape of The Lock by Alexander Pope, Belinda and her lock-cutting. Maybe it is My Last Duchess by Robert Browning in which the smile of the duchess wreaks havoc and costs her life. The tossing golden locks and the sweet smiles of the lass have struck the heart of Kumarendra and he is bowled out as the scene is in A Cup of Tea by Katherine Mansfield.

bijay kant dubey
26-Feb-2016 09:22 AM

Comment The morning breeze catching the maid by the curls hanging over her face or coming upon by chance, is this called love? Nature too frolics sometimes. In such a set-up, the shayari comes knocking down.

bijay kant dubey
26-Feb-2016 08:53 AM

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